HOWEVER... it gets confusing. There are a bunch of files (kdebase,
kdelibs, giflib, jpeg, qt) that are needed, and order is unclear. Ahh...
but the "meta-port" claims to be a one-stop shop to get KDE installed.
So I download the 4.1 metaport. And I start installing it... only to see
it start trying to grab 3.1 files. BAD... (it can't find them anyways). I
Ok, so I'll try it by hand... install the individual packages by-hand, in
the best order I can figure. giflib, jpeg, and qt all installed fine.
Looks like the next is kdelibs... go to install it, and I get errors. It
requires bzip2, which it fetches, then bails on an md5/checksum error.
OK what the heck do I need to do to get 4.1 running?
Thanks in advance...
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