Salix KDE 14.0.1

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Re: Salix KDE 14.0.1

Post by petrherynk » 7. Aug 2013, 14:16

No, there is not. I would like to use bookmarks from xmarks extensions used by firefox or seamonkey.

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Re: Salix KDE 14.0.1

Post by gapan » 7. Aug 2013, 17:20

petrherynk wrote:No, there is not. I would like to use bookmarks from xmarks extensions used by firefox or seamonkey.
There is no such thing. You have essentially locked yourself into using only a specific browser with a specific extension. You can install firefox or seamonkey if you want.
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Re: Salix KDE 14.0.1

Post by petrherynk » 9. Aug 2013, 06:01

I did it. It is very useful extensions, when I completely reinstalling distro including /home.

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Re: Salix KDE 14.0.1

Post by flebber » 18. Oct 2013, 09:46

With Slackware at RC1 for 14.1, will it be as hard a process to update ISO's for Salix KDE to 14.1 as it would've been going from 13.37?

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Re: Salix KDE 14.0.1

Post by gapan » 18. Oct 2013, 13:04

flebber wrote:With Slackware at RC1 for 14.1, will it be as hard a process to update ISO's for Salix KDE to 14.1 as it would've been going from 13.37?
I'm not sure what you're asking here.

If you're asking how hard it would be for us to make new isos, yet it will be hard. As hard as it was for any previous version.

If you're asking how hard it would be for you to upgrade from 14.0 to the new version, when it comes out, I'd say it would be as easy as it was for upgrading from 13.37 to 14.0. As always there will be a page in the wiki with instructions.
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Re: Salix KDE 14.0.1

Post by mimosa » 18. Oct 2013, 14:26

Also, if you've got 13.37, and you then want to upgrade it to 14.1, the easiest way is probably to go upgrade in two steps, first 13.37 to 14.0, then 14.0 to 14.1. That is what instructions will be provided for.

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