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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux 2.4.2-2 i686; en-US; rv:0.9.1)
Description of problem:
Installed KDE default from RH7.1.
Then Ximian 1.4 (Red Carpet)
Found kde-updates(I think lib and sound) on Red Carpet(linked to RedHat);
After restart of X, twm2 started.
Switchdesk KDE says:
"KDE is not installed"
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install 7.1 - kde
2.Install Ximian 1.4
3.Update kde's via Red Carpet from RedHat
Actual Results: kde doesn't start ("not installed")
Expected Results: kde starts better then ever
Either you did something wrong or Red Carpet did something wrong.
switchdesk claims it can't find KDE if it can't find any of kicker, kpanel and
None of these programs are affected by the kdelibs update; kicker is part of
kdebase, kpanel and kpanel1 are obsolete.
If you think Red Carpet deleted kdebase, report it to Ximian - we don't
support Red Carpet.