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KDE has many software products that can be compiled independently. You can find out more in our [https://community.kde.org/Guidelines_and_HOWTOs/Build_from_source building HOWTO].
Here you will find instructions for compiling and installing KDE from source and suggestions for when compilation doesn't go so smoothly.
 
  
== Building The Source ==
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KDE used to produce monolithic collections of software, called either "KDE" or "The KDE Source Collection". You can find archived information at [[/Historic|the historic build instructions page]].
 
 
; KDE 4 (Development version, trunk)
 
:Instructions for installing the latest and greatest KDE development source code on:
 
* [[/KDE4|Linux]]
 
** [http://en.opensuse.org/KDE/Developing/Guide openSUSE Linux]
 
* [[/KDE4/FreeBSD|FreeBSD]]
 
* [[/KDE4/Windows|Microsoft Windows]]
 
* [[/KDE4/Mac_OS_X|Mac OS X]]
 
 
 
; [[/Stable Version|KDE 3.5 (Stable version)]]: Instructions for installing the latest stable KDE 3.5 release.
 
 
 
; [[/Older KDE Versions|Old Versions]]: Instructions for building older KDE versions.
 
 
 
; [[/Coexisting Versions|Coexisting Versions]]: Directions to build multiple KDE versions on the same machine simultaneously.
 
 
 
; [[/FAQ|FAQ]]: Help with errors and other questions you might have.
 
 
 
[[Category:Build KDE]]
 

Latest revision as of 19:46, 9 July 2019

KDE has many software products that can be compiled independently. You can find out more in our building HOWTO.

KDE used to produce monolithic collections of software, called either "KDE" or "The KDE Source Collection". You can find archived information at the historic build instructions page.


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