These packages have NOT been tested at all and SuSE do NOT recommend to upgrade to these. However we build these packages for convenience, but it is your risk to use them
You should not update, if you want to have a stable system and expect to get security updates for your installation.
To install these packages via command line you need to
* rpm -e kdebase3-SuSE kdenetwork3-mail
(kdebase3-SuSE has not yet been ported to KDE 3.2 and plain rpm can not handle the move from kmail to kdepim3 package correct).
* rpm -Uvh taglib*rpm
* install flac and gnokii from your CD/DVD
* rpm -Fvh *.rpm
An alternative way would be to use the yast_source from ftp.suse.com KDE update packages.
* Several issues with updating old configurations, these will be addressed with SuSE 9.1.
* kdebindings packages are missing atm, they need further fixes and will appear on ftp.suse.com later