On Sat 15 May 2010 1:16:26 pm Valent Turkovic wrote:
On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 11:01 AM, Jaroslav Reznik
> On Friday 05 March 2010 18:37:06 Matthew Woehlke wrote:
>> Petrus de Calguarium wrote:
>> > As I had expected, breaking up the monolithic
>> > packages into individual packages is a whole lot
>> > of unnecessary work. Better to provide releases
>> > as they occur, than to waste time unnecessarily
>> > breaking down the monolithic packages. To what
>> > end and benefit? Who, nowadays, doesn't have at
>> > least one hard drive of at least 80-100GB, likely
>> You have heard of netbooks, yes? SSD's? I have all of 4 GiB, and not
>> of that available for packages.
> We are planning some splits because we're planning KDE netbook spin.
> Netbook Plasma is new and very interesting piece of software and of
> course we'd like to support even old EEE 701 - I have one next to me
> Hopefully it's going to be F14 stuff.
I read on few websites that Fedora 13 should have KDE Netbook Plasma
but I can't see any package in current Fedora 13 repositories. How do
I turn on KDE Netbook Plasma for Fedora 13?
The same way you do it for any distro... System Settings->Appearance-
Workspace, set Workspace Type to Netbook. There aren't any
install outside of the default kde packages (kdebase-workspace for the
minimum, or @kde-desktop for the full kde packageset.)
Note that for Fedora 14, we're targeting the creation of a KDE netbook
spin which will automate all of this...
But this isn't really related to the Development of Fedora at all...