"Fortunately, I have built Amarok 1.4.10 for Fedora 11
-- and you can install it now.
"I've finished upgrading my workstation to Fedora 11 beta. Since
Fedora 10, Amarok 2 has been shipping in lieu of Amarok 1, but
since the import tool in Amarok 2 was unusable, I had remained with
Amarok 1 instead. This time around, I decided to take Amarok 2
(specifically, 2.0.2) for a spin. So, I diligently backed up my KDE
config and application data for Amarok 1, and nuked it from the
"Before anybody accuses me of using a beta for this rant, bear
in mind that the rest of the KDE 4 applications in this system are
functioning correctly. Of course, if you want to skip the rant,
click here for the solution."
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