enigma wrote: I will get brave after a full backup and click "Y" to remove the package.
feed3 wrote:I've trashing my system before this when trying to revert from kde 4.4 to 4.3.5 as playing around with meta package.
When i'm doing an upgrade from kde 4.3.5 to 4.4, it doesnt seem to harm my system but, when am removing the mint-meta-kde thing from kde4.4 or kde4.3.5 alone(not as per requirement from the upgrading process) it also remove all the deps of it. (very)not sure why and is it a norm but at least that's what happened to me though. Maybe you can cope to not remove both of the apps and just install your preferred alternative apps? Just a suggestion.enigma wrote: I will get brave after a full backup and click "Y" to remove the package.
That's the best to do!
viking777 wrote:Wow, that is astonishing - glad I don't use KDE any more!
viking777 wrote:If they put crap like wine on it no wonder it won't fit onto a cd - which is yet another reason not to use KDE.
lenoirrichelieu wrote:Regarding the wine whining I like the idea of having this particular program integrated and tested by developers. It fits in the concept of ease and ready to use distro. Most of us, especially OOTB distro users, accept the idea of having software which we don't use just for having instead a stable system. If any wants a system free of so-called bloat software maybe should go for another distro like Archlinux.
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