< Talk:Installing third party softwares in terminal/Build/KDE4Revision as of 11:03, 15 September 2007 by SaroEngels (talk | contribs) (→KDE-Windows Meeting: Notes)(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff) KDE-Windows Meeting: Notes Started: jstaniek 11:40, 15 September 2007 (CEST) KDE on Windows is the first official KDE binary distribution Topics: reducing distribution of the file by keeping a snapshot of files on our server(s) this makes mirroring possible having two or more main directories on the server: one for current stable release, one for 'unstable/testing' one development installation requires tools having own installers ideally this should not be the case for end-user installation, otherwise updating would be hard (user would be forced to uninstall prev. version of an external app and install a new one in the same place...) We need someone using Vista on daily basis to test kdeinstaller. Until then Vista is not supported? USB memory sticks/CDs: it would be possible to run kde apps/infrastructure installed on the stick/CD in two ways: If the user's machine already contains KDE 4 runtime installed, it could be reused to run apps from the stick, and settings placed on the host conuter could be reused If the user's computer contains no KDE-related stuff at all, default settings and .kde directory is used In either case the default user expectation is that after plugging off the stick, no settings or files remain on the machine's filesystem <-really like that??? format of the kde mirrors: Retrieved from "https://techbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Talk:Installing_third_party_softwares_in_terminal/Build/KDE4/Windows&oldid=13759" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.