You very probably can, I'd be less convinced about should. The work around to avoid this error was to use does work well. The only thing to be careful of, is to use the correct repositories.
This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
All of the Sneak Peeks for this release are available at on open SUSE News.
You can also find a bevy of screenshots, and a list of features found in open SUSE 11.1.
The open SUSE KDE team has also backported some key features from KDE 4.2, including compositing features for KWin to provide more desktop effects, and auto-hiding of the panel, and power management thanks to Power Devil.
If you’re not quite ready to make the transition to KDE 4, relax.