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It is also the canvas for all the latest KDE technology, from KIO slaves (which provide mechanisms for file access) to component embedding via the KParts object interface, and it is one of the most customizable applications available.
It is a universal viewing application, capable of embedding read-only viewing components in itself to view documents without ever launching another application.
This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE base module. See the 'kde' and 'kdebase' packages for more information.
kdebase (4:3.4.2-3) unstable; urgency=low *** Changes to KDM conffiles: * Users upgrading KDM from 3.3.x, will find that KDM no longer uses the /etc/kde3/kdm/Xservers file, if /etc/kde3/kdm/kdmrc was updated to the version shipped with KDM 3.4.x. The package upgrade scripts will not remove Xservers even if kdmrc has been upgraded, if they detect local modifications. This shou more»
<chapter id="faq"> <chapterinfo> <authorgroup> <author>&Pamela.Roberts;</author> <!-- TRANS:ROLES_OF_TRANSLATORS --> </authorgroup> <date>2003-11-06</date> <releaseinfo>3.2</releaseinfo> </chapterinfo> <title>Questions and Answers</title> <qandaset> <!-- Link is dead, unfortunately. I suppose this is a more general thing anyway <qandaentry> <question><para>How can I browse web sites using non more»
KEDITBOOKMARKS(1) Konqueror Bookmarks Editor KEDITBOOKMARKS(1) NAME keditbookmarks - Konqueror Bookmark Editor SYNOPSIS keditbookmarks [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [options] [file] DESCRIPTION Bookmark editor for KDE. OPTIONS Arguments: file File to edit Options: --importmoz <filename> Import bookmarks from a file in Mozilla forma more»
KFMCLIENT(1KDE tool for opening URLs from the command liKFMCLIENT(1) NAME kfmclient - KDE more»
KONQUEROR(1) Web browser, file manager, ... KONQUEROR(1) NAME konqueror - Web more»
kdebase (4:3.5.7-4~bpo40+1) etch-backports; urgency=low * Rebuilt for Etch. -- Ana Beatriz Guer more»
This package was debianized by Christopher L Cheney <email@example.com> on Tue, 16 Apr 2002 22:00:0 more»