SUSE developer Stephan Binner has released a VMware image of SUSE 10 with KDE 3.5 installed, enabling people to run KDE 3.5 inside any platform supported by the freeware VMware player. “I created an image which contains a standard KDE desktop installation of SUSE Linux 10.0 OSS, upgraded to KDE 3.5 including KOffice 1.4.2 excluding non-KDE applications. It’s a fully working installation so don’t forget to install and try some additional KDE applications – and to run the security update when you’re asked to.”
KDE 3.5 VMware Player Image Released
Submitted by Sander Antoniades 2006-01-02 KDE 15 Comments
I misread it as “VMware Prayer”..
Player, Payer, Prayer, whatever… please fix.
Nice to have a KDE 3.5 image to play with. Now I don’t have to install all the KDE packages in Ubuntu whenever I feel like testing stuff.
I wasn’t aware there was a ‘VMWare Player’… After a bit of searching, you can download it here:
.. and download some other pre-built virtual machines, here:
Kick Ass 🙂
What is it paying? :p
You must have meant Player…
would like to see more OSs released as vms. Especially the hobby ones. I see lots of OSs on here that I’s like to have a play with, but I can’t go through the process of setting up a partition and installing from scratch for each on.
Maybe it should be a step in the development process that it be able to bot as a VM.