kdebase is the last mandatory package required for the K Desktop Environment. It provides various applications, infrastructure files and libraries.
Download (FTP): ftp://ftp.kde.org/pub/kde/stable/3.5.6/src/kdebase-3.5.6.tar.bz2
Download MD5 sum: a53f589f58012e655a52220a6a151019
Download size: 23.1 MB
Estimated disk space required: 265 MB (additional 33 MB for API docs)
Estimated build time: 12.8 SBU (additional 0.4 SBU for API docs)
libusb-0.1.12, Linux-PAM-0.99.4.0, OpenLDAP-2.3.27, Cyrus SASL-2.1.21, Samba-3.0.23d, HAL-0.5.7.1, Heimdal-0.7.2 or MIT Kerberos V5-1.6, krb4, OpenEXR, libraw1394, lm_sensors (requires Sysfs Utilities), mDNSResponder, Graphviz-2.8, and Doxygen-1.4.6
You should ensure a nogroup group exists on your system before performing the configure command, as kdebase installs a program ($KDE_PREFIX/bin/kdesud) with group ownership of nogroup.
This package does not come with a test suite.
Install kdebase with:
The --sysconfdir parameter must be the same as the command used in the installation of kdelibs.
./configure --prefix=$KDE_PREFIX --sysconfdir=/etc/kde \ --disable-debug --disable-dependency-tracking && make
If you wish to create the API documentation and you have Doxygen and Graphviz installed, make apidox must be done before make install.
Now, as the root user:
There is no real configuration necessary for this package other than to ensure you follow the steps outlined in the last section of this chapter, the section called “Configuring the Core KDE Packages”.
Note that there are two additional packages you can install that are used at run-time for konqueror ioslave protocols. You can install the Mtools package to enable the “floppy” ioslave protocol. This will allow easy access to the floppy disk drives on your system. The hfsplus package can be installed to access HFS+ partitions on a Mac OS system using the “mac” ioslave.
One additional package that can be used at run time is PCI Utilities-2.2.3. This enables the KDE Info Center to use lspci for its "pci" info section.
is a programmer's text editor for KDE.
is the KDE Control Center.
is a dialog box for managing diagnostic messages at runtime.
is a graphical front end for the Unix su command.
is the KDE display manager (a replacement for xdm).
is a utility to find files.
is the KDE help tool.
is the KDE control panel.
provides a centralized and convenient overview of your KDE and system settings.
are support modules designed to be intimately familiar with a certain protocol, so that a standard interface (most often these are used by konqueror) can be used to get at data from any number of places. Examples are the http and ftp kioslaves, which will retrieve data from an http or ftp server respectively.
is a clipboard utility.
is a utility to rearrange or add items to the K-menu.
is a filesystem and web browser.
is a highly configurable X terminal emulator.
provides a thumbnail view of all virtual desktops.
is the printing module in KDE. It manages the actual printing from KDE applications. It handles print job administration and handles printer and print system management.
is a splash screen that shows the progress of an application that is loading.
is a network enabled task manager and system monitor application, with the additional functionality of top.
is a text editor for KDE.
is a keyboard layout switching utility based on the X11 xkb extension.
Last updated on 2007-02-14 11:57:11 -0600