sorry for the late answer, I was on hollidays :D
I will make a new source release, that's already fixed in cvs. Didn't
know that people still need source releases as I thought all
distributions provide packages for the whole kdegraphics package.
Thomasso Bartholomew Garcieass schrieb:
Yes, I'm one of those Fedora Core 3 suffers whom after upgrading from
FC 3 because of the newer kernels and better security, was frustrated
by not having a GUI modeller for PovRay. I really like the
Kpovmodeler, and being more of an artist rather than a computer
scientist, I went months without Kpov! So I'm very happy to say that
I finely got it up and running while using FC 3!!!!!!!
I had the same problems as Ken and Anreas did, first I downloaded the
SRC Kpovmodeler 1.+ and got the same error: asking for freetype2.
After installing freetype2 and hours of configuring and
make-installing, nothing until I read this Email list. Anreas, if you
could somehow post that patch on a website, maybe this one, that would
be great *hint-hint*.
However, I followed the 4 point instructions that William K. Volkman
post in the Aug. 23, 2005 Dealing with FC 4. They seem to work well
for FC 3 also, but there needs to be some clarity on the 4th and final
step that he posted there? So I want to add what I did to get Kpov up
Once RPMBUILD was finished, which took about 70mins to complete, I
found I had no idea where the new RPM was located, or if it was a RPM
I was looking for? So just out of curiosity, I looked around the
/usr/src/redhat/ directory and there it was: a nice and neat folder in
/usr/src/redhat/BUILD/ or /usr/src/redhat/BUILD/kdegraphics-3.4.0/ . I
simply ./configure and make install (which was super fast BTW) and
presto! I'm a happy Kpovmodeler user again. Everything seems to be
Could these steps be posted on the website too, "as known issues" or