I also suggest adding the following applications to 'KDE Software
Development' (and not in kdesdk):
One doubt. What exactly does 'kdesdk' contain? Does it contain the KDE
development libraries or only some applications that are useful for
The reason I always deselect kdesdk is because I thought it contained
libraries & header files for developing KDE applications.
There's some ambiguity/collision in the terms 'KDE Software development'
(a group) and 'kdesdk' (a package that apparently groups some
What do you all think?