Apparently it's possible to install kpilot without installing the pilot-link package (does kpilot come with the kdepim package?). It won't work because it's linked against libpisock from the pilot-link package (which took a bit of work to figure out).
kpilot is also linked against libreadline.so.4 which isn't what is normally installed (libreadline.so.5 is the latest).
post a bug
The impossible missions are the only ones which succeed.
well it's linked against readline 5....
sh-3.00$ ldd /opt/kde/bin/kpilot | grep readline libreadline.so.5 => /usr/lib/libreadline.so.5 (0x4141f000) libreadline.so.4 => not found
but it doesn't dep on pilot-link package and it should?? well i'll update teh pkg based on this dep.. but i'm sure you can install it for the time being? well it makedepends on it.
but it appeears to be looking for readline.so.4, have you tried rebuilding with abs? i don't have time atm, going to work soon, but i'll look into it...