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Currently, new versions of KDE are being released frequently, sometimes every few months. KDE releases are designed to enable users to upgrade their older versions easily. If you are a registered Red Hat customer you can use the Red Hat update utility described in 3 to update KDE automatically. Alternatively, you can download new Red Hat KDE packages from the Red Hat FTP site and install them manually as described here. The most recent (though untested) versions will be in the rawhide directory. Tested versions will be in the updates directory. Packages tailored for various distributions can be downloaded through the KDE Web site at www.kde.org or directly from the KDE FTP site at ftp.kde.org and its mirror sites in the stable directory. RPM packages for Red Hat distributions can be obtained from ftp.redhat.com. First, log in as the root user, and then create a directory to hold the KDE files. Then connect to an FTP site. You can use a Web browser such as Netscape, but using an FTP client such as ftp, NcFTP, or even the KDE file manager is preferable. Download the files for the new version to your new directory. For Red Hat, these are a series of RPM package files. To download using ftp, be sure to turn off prompts with the prompt command and use mget * to
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download all the files at once. With the KDE file manager, select the files and drag them to a window open to the local directory and select Copy from the pop-up menu. Install Qt, the KDE libraries and support packages, and then the KDE base packages, followed by the remaining packages. Use the option -Uvh to upgrade the packages as shown here:
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rpm -Uvh kdebase-2.2-12.i386.rpm
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To install a particular KDE RPM package manually, you use the rpm command with the Uvh options. This example installs the kdenetwork package:
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rpm -Uvh kdenetwork-2.2.7.i386.rpm
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Unlike PC-based GUIs such as Windows or the Mac OS, Linux and Unix systems divide the GUI into three separate components: the X Window System, window managers, and program/file managers. The X Window System, also known as X and X11, is an underlying standardized graphic utility that provides basic graphic operations such as opening windows or displaying images. A window manager handles windowing operations such as resizing and moving windows. Window managers vary in the way windows are displayed, using different borders and window menus. All, however, use the same underlying X graphic utility. A file manager handles file operations using icons and menus, and a program manager runs programs, often allowing you to select commonly used ones from a taskbar. Unlike window managers, file and program managers can vary greatly in their capabilities. In most cases, different file and program managers can run on the same window manager. All Linux and Unix systems use the same standard underlying X graphics utility. This means, in most cases, that an X Window System-based program can run on any of the window managers and desktops. X Window System-based software is often found at Linux or Unix FTP sites in directories labeled X11. You can download these packages and run them on any window manager running on your Linux system. Some may already be in the form of Linux binaries that you can download, install, and run directly. Netscape is an example. Others will be in the form of source code that can easily be configured, compiled, and installed on your system with a few simple commands. Some applications, such as Motif applications, may require special libraries. With a window manager, you can think of a window as taking the place of a command line. Operations you perform through the window are interpreted and sent to the Linux system for execution. Window managers operate off the underlying X Window System, which actually provides the basic window operations that allow you to open, move, and close windows as well as display menus and select icons. FVWM2 and AfterStep manage these operations, each in its own way, providing their own unique interfaces. The advantage of such a design is that different window managers can operate on the same Linux system. In this sense, Linux is not tied to one type of graphical user interface (GUI). On the same Linux system, one user may be using the FVWM2 window manager, another may be using the Xview window manager, and still another the Enlightenment window manager, all at the same time. You can find out detailed information about different window managers available for Linux from the X11 Web
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site at www.xwinman.org. The site provides reviews, screenshots, and links to home sites, as well as a comparison table listing the features available for the different window managers.
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