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KDE SC 4.5 Released


KDE SC 4.5 Released

After the one week delay, KDE Software Compilation 4.5 has been finally released. This is a release meant for stability not new features. About 16,000 bugs have been fixed in this release. It is not to say there are no new features. KDE SC 4.5 has an absolutely gorgeous looking blur effect and some very…

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By Ricky on August 10th
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How To Exclude Certain Applications From Autostarting In A Particular Desktop Environment


How To Exclude Certain Applications From Autostarting In A Particular Desktop Environment

Here is the thing that has been bugging: I use both KDE SC and GNOME. In GNOME I have given into the charms of Docky and have been using it. But KDE SC is too awesome and I would rather use the default KDE Task Manager rather than Docky. But since Docky is set to…

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By Ricky on August 5th
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KDE SC 4.5 Delayed For One Week


KDE SC 4.5, which was supposed to be released today, has been delayed by a week. A lot of changes were made after the third release candidate and the release team was not comfortable with releasing it without some more testing. This is what the announcement in the kde mailing list says:

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By Ricky on August 4th
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KBluetooth Is Dead; Long Live BlueDevil


KBluetooth Is Dead; Long Live BlueDevil

BlueDevil may eventually make way for KBluetooth as the default bluetooth manager in KDE.

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By Ricky on August 2nd
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KRunner Dictionary Plugin Finally Available


KRunner Dictionary Plugin Finally Available

Well, it has been quite a long time coming but, finally, there is a dictionary plugin for KRunner now. Jason Donenfeld posted in his blog today that he has completed the dictionary plugin for KRunner.

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By Ricky on August 1st
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KDE SC 4.7 May Use OpenGL 3 For Compositing


KDE SC 4.5 is about to be released and KDE SC 4.6 is being discussed. However, Martin Graesslin has revealed some details about what they are planning for KDE 4.7. According to Martin’s blog post, they are looking at OpenGL 3.0 to provide the compositing effects in KDE SC 4.7. OpenGL 3.0 provides support for…

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By Ricky on July 29th
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Fedora KDE Netbook Spin – First Look [Screenshots]


Fedora KDE Netbook Spin – First Look [Screenshots]

The plans for a KDE Netbook Spin for Fedora Linux still seems to be on after these screenshots of the Fedora KDE Netbook Spin surfaced on the Internet.

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By Debjit on July 18th
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Review of rekonq 0.5


Review of rekonq 0.5

A while ago, we explained how you can install rekonq 0.5 in Kubuntu. rekonq is going to become the default web browser in Kubuntu 10.10. But, how good is rekonq? Does it have private browsing mode? How is its Javascript performance? We attempt to find out.

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By Ricky on July 8th
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How To Install rekong 0.5 In (K)Ubuntu [From Source]


How To Install rekong 0.5 In (K)Ubuntu [From Source]

rekonq, the KDE web-browser which is going to replace Konqueror in Kubuntu 10.10, has just got its first stable release as rekonq 0.5. Right now, it is available only as a source and binaries are not yet available. If you want to install rekonq 0.5 in Kubuntu, we will explain how you can do it…

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By Ricky on July 8th
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