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In openSUSE 10.2 and newer, you can install packages using Zypper:
sudo zypper install <package-name>
In older releases of SUSE, you can use YaST:
yast -i <packagename>
The packages you will need to install are:
gmp-devel (needed to build kdesupport)
libgpgme-devel (needed to build kdepimlibs)
You can skip the manual and painful installation kdesupport and its dependencies ( Qt 4.3, CMake 2.4.6, DBus, Hal, clucene-core, Strigi, Soprano and other Nepomuk dependencies) by adding the KDE:KDE4 repository from the openSUSE Build Service to your installation sources.
For openSUSE 10.2 and newer do:
sudo zypper service-add http://software.opensuse.org/download/KDE:/KDE4/openSUSE_10.2 KDE4-102
For older versions of SUSE Linux do:
installation_sources -a http://software.opensuse.org/download/KDE:/KDE4/[YOUR SUSE LINUX VERSION]
Now install the following packages:
CMake binary packages for openSUSE are available from the KDE:KDE4 repository as well as from the openSUSE build service.
There are a lot more packages that are needed to satisfy the config-check, such as libusb-devel, bison etc., so look out for the config notifications and install accordingly. Please remember to skip any instructions that refer to kdesupport below. Start to compile with kdelibs.
Return to building KDE 4.