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how Gnome support KDE applications? I don't know if it "supports" them in an active way, but there's probably no reason you can't use them inside GNOME anyway. Many of them should not require KDE to be the running desktop environment, and GNOME won't care. How shall I install an KDE application properly in Gnome? With apt, or whatever package ...


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The poster successfully rebuilt the Okular PPA sources on his system. Some versions of the build dependencies were not quite correct for his system, so he had to adjust them. It is unclear why this was necessary, since the posters system is Precise and so is the PPA. @Graeme and I walked him through the process in the unix.sx chat room. The transcript of ...


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Definitely looks like you have everything from the ppa that you need (sometimes you may not if the dependencies aren't versioned correctly). Grepping my own system, it seems the missing symbol is in libkactivities6. There is no versioned dependency here so I can't tell which one it is built against. I would check to see what other versions of the package ...


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I went through this last year when I switched to KDE from fvwm2, which has a very full featured highly configurable pager. The default one in KDE, by comparison, sucks. I made the best I could of it and kept using it for a few months, until I found I was relying on other features, e.g.: CtrlF8 Pretty sure this is the default key-binding, but you may need ...


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The application binary is called gpk-application. It comes in the gnome-packagekit package: # yum install gnome-packagekit gnome-packagekit-extra You apparently need to run it as non-privileged user. It does not seem to create menu entries in KDE so: $ gpk-application & The forum post where I got this info claims that it's bundled in the "Graphical ...



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