Description of problem:
After update F8->rawhide (today), I was left with major parts of kde missing.
The system was loaded with packages before update. This is really going to
piss people off if it's not fixed before release.
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Steps to Reproduce:
Can you grab /root/upgrade.log and /var/log/anaconda.log
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Created attachment 304369 [details]
> I was left with major parts of kde missing.
We're already aware of kdebase going missing, anything else?
I can't say. I noticed no konq, no kde session option in greeter. Now it's
OK, not sure about kde session, since that's provided by kdebase-workspace, and
it was included in your anaconda log:
> Now it's fixed.
What did you do?
fwiw, I'll reassign this over to kdebase-workspace, as that is what caused (at
least) kdebase to go missing.
I fixed it with groupinstall kde-desktop.
It may be that session chooser was there all along - it is there now, but it
hides on the bottom of the screen. I never noticed it there. Bad design.
Fixed kdebase-workspace-4.0.3-20.fc9 build:
* Fri May 02 2008 Rex Dieter <firstname.lastname@example.org> 4.0.3-20
- Requires: kdebase , so it doesn't go missing on upgrades from kde3 (#444928)
sent request to rel-eng for f9-final tagging.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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