KDE 4.2 has been released and gives "The Answer".
With the usual openSUSE KDE4 packages available comes also a new release of KDE Four Live, the most comprehensive KDE4 Live-CD, with following changes:
- x86_64 version available for the first time
- kdelibs3 is not contained anymore, NetworkManager-kde4 is responsible for managing network connections
- qt3 is not contained anymore, as result YaST Control Center doesn't show icons and offer search currently
- the freed space is used for new stuff not contained before: kepas, krename, krusader, yakuake, ...
- kdebluetooth4 version working with bluez4
Have a lot of fun...