KDE 3.1.5 Info Page
KDE 3.1.5 was released on January 14, 2004. Read the official announcement.
This page is no longer maintained. Currently, only KDE 4.2.0 and newer are maintained. Please have a look at the KDE 4.4.0 Info Page instead.
Please report possible problems to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- KDE 3.1.5 corrects a buffer overflow vulnerability in the .VCF file information reader. Read the detailed advisory.
- The telnet, rlogin, ssh and mailto URI handlers in KDE do not check for '-' at the beginning of the hostname passed, which makes it possible to pass an option to the programs started by the handlers. Read the detailed advisory. All versions of KDE up to KDE 3.2.2 are affected.
This is a list of grave bugs and common pitfalls fixed after the release date:
- Currently none known
Please check the bugs database before filing any bug reports. Also check for possible updates on this page that might describe or fix your problem.
FAQSee the KDE FAQ for any specific questions you may have. Questions about Konqueror should be directed to the Konqueror FAQ and sound related questions are answered in the FAQ of the aRts Project
Download and Installation
Library Requirements. KDE 3.1 requires or benefits from the given list of libraries, most of which should be already installed on your system or available from your OS CD or your vendor's website.
The complete source code for KDE 3.1.5 is available for download:
The Konstruct build toolset can help you downloading and installing these tarballs.Binary packages
Some Linux/UNIX OS vendors have kindly provided binary packages of KDE 3.1.5 for some versions of their distribution, and in other cases community volunteers have done so. Some of these binary packages are available for free download from KDE's download.kde.org. Additional binary packages, as well as updates to the packages now available, may become available over the coming weeks.
At the time of this writing, pre-compiled packages are available for:
- Slackware (Unofficial contribution):
- SuSE Linux :
Additional binary packages might become available in the coming weeks, as well as updates to the current packages.