KDE 3.5 has been released on November 29, 2005. I bet that some people are trying to get their hands on the new desktop environment.
I’ve found a nice tutorial that helps Ubuntu Breezy 5.10 user install KDE 3.5 painlessly
OK, here it goes :
Login as root and run the following commands from the console
apt-key add kubuntu-packages-jriddell-key.gpg
Add the following lines to /etc/apt/sources.list
# Ubuntu 5.10 KDE 3.5 Repository
deb http://kubuntu.org/packages/kde35 breezy main
Run the following commands
I’ve copied this guide directly from : Madpenguin.org
Begining Ubuntu Linux
This is the first book of its kind to cover the hottest new Linux distribution, and will teach you how to make the most of your Ubuntu desktop.
Hooray, I’ve received Ubuntu 5.10 Breezy Badger CDs after a month wait. The new cover is pretty cool, so does the cd print.
Here’s some photos of the Ubuntu Breezy CDs, full pics at : My Photo Gallery
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Read more here : Using the Ubuntu 5.10 OEM Mode
Just like the title said, Ubuntu 5.10 Breezy released today. Ubuntu is a GNU/Linux distribution which is based on Debian GNU/Linux. There’s many option of obtaining Ubuntu Breezy :
- Download from Ubuntu mirrors
- Ship it for free
- Buy from local cd store
- Upgrade from 5.04 (Hoary)
Here’s the list of improvement made in Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger).