教程/安装 KDE 软件
安装 KDE 软件
我们建议使用发行版内置的方式安装 KDE 软件。您可以在这里了解如何查询自己发行版的名称和版本。
发现（Discover）是 KDE 的软件中心，可在所有支持 appstream 的发行版（如 Ubuntu、Debian、Arch Linux、OpenSUSE、Red Hat、Fedora 等）上使用。想了解更多，可查看 发现（Discover）的页面。
openSUSE - YaST
In openSUSE, you have the choice between using discover and YaST software management tool.
You find openSUSE's package management tool in thetab of the start menu. Open that and click on the icon to start the package manager.
Use the search field to find the package that you wish to install; you can search on the package name or the package description, and you only need to enter part of the name. You will then be presented with a list of packages matching your search. Click the selection boxes for the packages to be installed and then click this page for more on package management and openSUSE.. See
If you find that using a package manager is unbearably slow, you will want to use command-line installation. This is much faster, but the disadvantage is that you need to know the exact name of the package you want to install. Each system has helpful commands for searching, for instance, so try using the first word of install command below, with --help appended. As an example,
yum --help will list the commands you can use for Fedora, but they are many and can be confusing at first.
Fedora uses dnf so to install KWrite you would open a console and type
dnf install kwrite If you are unsure of the name of a package, you can use dnf list with wildcards to see all the packages with a word as part of the package name — for example
dnf list *network* will list all available packages with "network" as part of the name. Casting even wider,
dnf search mpeg will list all packages that either have mpeg in the name or in the description of the package.
With Gentoo you install software using emerge, e.g. for KWrite you would open a console and type
emerge --ask kwrite (using --ask to get an overview of necessary dependencies and USE flag options before confirming). If you are unsure of the name of a package, you can use emerge --search to see all the packages with a word as part of the package name — e.g.
emerge --search network will list all available packages with "network" as part of the name.
You can use urpmi to install KDE software from a command line. Other useful commands can be found at Wikipedia's Urpmi page
Most KDE software is installed already - you can use dnf to install additional packages. If you know what a package is called, you can use e.g.
dnf --refresh install kwrite. If you don't know the package name, you can use
dnf --refresh search '*kde*' to search (this example lists all packages that have "kde" as part of their name or description).
You can also use
dnfdragora as graphical frontends to package installation.