< Plasma Revision as of 15:26, 16 May 2014 (view source)D ed (talk | contribs) (→Kubuntu)← Older edit Revision as of 23:15, 16 May 2014 (view source) A17r (talk | contribs) (→Gentoo)Newer edit → Line 32: Line 32: ==Gentoo== ==Gentoo== −`layman -a kde && layman -a qt`, `emerge @kde-next-live` and a daily run of `smart-live-rebuild` which will only update packages that really got new commits.+Gentoo provides beta as well as live ebuilds inside kde overlay, with dependencies in qt overlay. The following assumes you have a basic understanding of Gentoo Portage and already [http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Layman set up layman] initially: +<syntaxhighlight lang="bash"> +layman -a kde && layman -a qt +emerge @kde-next-live --autounmask-write=y +</syntaxhighlight> + + +To make the most of it, run +<syntaxhighlight lang="bash"> +layman -S && smart-live-rebuild +</syntaxhighlight> +to get the latest packaging changes for qt and kde and update any ''live'' packages that got new commits since last time. + +See also: [http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Project:KDE/Frameworks Gentoo KDE/Frameworks Packaging Status] ==From Source== ==From Source== Revision as of 23:15, 16 May 2014 Contents 1 How to install test versions of Plasma Next 2 Kubuntu 2.1 Running Project Neon 5 3 openSUSE 4 Gentoo 5 From Source 6 Live CD How to install test versions of Plasma Next Kubuntu Add the Neon5 repository: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:neon/kf5-snapshot-weekly sudo apt-get update (If you would like more frequent updates, (which also bear the risk of breaking more often!), use "ppa:neon/kf5-snapshot-daily" or "ppa:neon/kf5" for the most frequent updates. To install Project Neon 5, issue the command sudo apt-get install project-neon5-session project-neon5-utils \ project-neon5-konsole Running Project Neon 5 The LightDM login screen will now offer a Project Neon 5 session. You can also run neon5-env, and start plasma-shell from there. By default, we start an xterm with the environment set up. In order to start plasma, run "plasma-shell", for Konsole, start "konsole". If you want to keep your current session running (which is probably most convenient), you can run neon5-env plasma-shell --windowed to start Plasma in a window (not as desktop or root window). openSUSE openSUSE offers snapshots from git master updated frequently as well. Add the KDE:Unstable:Frameworks repository (http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:KDE_repositories#Plasma_Next) and the Qt53 repository (available at the same link) and install the plasma-next-session package to have a session available at the next login. Gentoo Gentoo provides beta as well as live ebuilds inside kde overlay, with dependencies in qt overlay. The following assumes you have a basic understanding of Gentoo Portage and already set up layman initially: layman -a kde && layman -a qt emerge @kde-next-live --autounmask-write=y To make the most of it, run layman -S && smart-live-rebuild to get the latest packaging changes for qt and kde and update any live packages that got new commits since last time. See also: Gentoo KDE/Frameworks Packaging Status From Source Following the instructions here it will automatically build all KDE software that has a KF5 port, most notably the Plasma workspaces, but also development previews of Kate, Konsole and Dolphin. Afterwards follow the guides for "Runtime setup" and then run "kwin --replace" and "plasmashell". Live CD http://files.kde.org/snapshots/neon5-latest.iso More information at http://kshadeslayer.wordpress.com/2013/12/03/introducing-project-neon-5-isos/ Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Plasma/InstallingNext&oldid=37896" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.