Re: More Kde 4.3 problems
- From: Ulick Magee <ulickatmaildotcom@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2010 10:55:28 +0100
if he left his home partition untouched it would have left packages from the 32bit
install which might be causing him problems.
Not unless he compiled them himself and stupidly installed them into his
No point having a separate /home partition if you're going to do that.
You can put stuff wherever you like and ignore how the filesystem
hierarchy is supposed to work, but sooner or later you will encounter a
problem if you do.
for in the past i went from kde3.5 to kde4 and left my home partition untouched
it gave me no end of problems. when i went though my home directory i found packages
from kde3.5. reinstalled and formated the home partition and the problems were gone
checked my home directory and the packages which i listed were no longer there.
Not my experience (including going from 32-bit 11.0 to 64-bit 11.1
without reformatting /home and with no problems) and I've never heard of
anyone else experiencing that either.
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