Installing a "backport"
Here is how you go about not damaging your system in ANY WAY:
Find a package/program in your distribution´s repository that suits you and doesn´t come from Backports, Backporting stuff is almost running Stable/Testing, somethings won´t matter ... but many will, I only recommend Backports if you can´t have the program you want in Stable AND your boss is threatning to fire you if you don´t use Backports (other cases just go directly to Testing) ;-)
2010/3/20 Lisi <email@example.com>
On Saturday 20 March 2010 16:16:01 Stephen Powell wrote:This was certainly what put me off replying. This was one of the rare
> By the way, saying something like "please be sure you are correct before
> replying" is a good way to get no replies at all.
occasions where I would have felt possibly able to help. But this seemed to
me rather aggressive. And anyway, as others have said, I am most certainly
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