[KPhotoAlbum] Upgrading from kubuntu hardy to intrepid to jaunty
Jesper K. Pedersen
blackie at kde.org
Mon Jul 13 10:52:56 CEST 2009
On Monday 13 July 2009 09:36:34 Joe wrote:
| 1) I just upgraded from kubuntu hardy to intrepid.
| apt wants to uninstall kphotoalbum 3.1.1 because it uses an old kipi and
| other packages want a newer one.
I'm afraid I have no idea.
| How can I resolve this?
| As soon as I can get it to work, I am planning to upgrade to jaunty, so
| I also need to know if there are any further adjustments to make.
No idea either, it has been a long process for me myself to go to KDE4.
| 2) I am thinking of *temporarily* uninstalling kpa in the process of
| trying to get jaunty installed.
| How can I do this without losing all of the tags, etc. that I put on my
| 7000+ pictures? Where is this information stored?
In the root directory of your images is a file called index.xml, that is where
everything is stored in.
In addition, there are settings in ~/.kde/share/config/kphotoalbumrc but there
are just the settings from your settings dialog.
Backing up those two files, and you should be pretty safe.
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