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Re: "apt-get install postfix" ....



Il giorno Thursday 19 August 2004, alle 22:51, lupin(R) scrisse:
| Ma voi debianisti cosa usate se vi servono software aggiornati a scopo
| desktop (multimedia, montaggio video etc...)?

 [ ] testing/sarge (prossima stable)
 [X] unstable

:-)


Non so se lo hai gia' messo, ma su unstable e molto "comodo" (essenziale
direi) apt-listbugs:

gianni@agarthi:~$ apt-cache show apt-listbugs
Package: apt-listbugs
Priority: optional
Section: admin
Installed-Size: 296
Maintainer: Masato Taruishi <taru@debian.org>
Architecture: all
Version: 0.0.40
Depends: ruby (>= 1.8), libdpkg-ruby1.8, apt, libzlib-ruby1.8,
libintl-gettext-ruby1.8
Suggests: reportbug, debianutils (>= 2.0) | www-browser | w3m
Filename: pool/main/a/apt-listbugs/apt-listbugs_0.0.40_all.deb
Size: 64116
MD5sum: 9e9d1a5159aa938e7f3aa43e168fdc4e
Description: Lists critical bugs before each apt installation
 apt-listbugs is a tool which retrieves bug reports from the Debian
 Bug Tracking System and lists them. Especially, it is intended to
 be invoked before each upgrade/installation by apt in order to check
 whether the upgrade/installation is safe.
 .
 Most of Debian developers use the unstable version of Debian
 and some users also use it because the version is the latest
 snapshot which includes many new features and packages.
 .
 apt is a great convenient tool to follow your system to the latest
 version easily. On the other hand, the feature also makes your system
 break easily. If a package is broken and uploaded to the Debian unstable,
 the package will be installed on many Debian system soon.
 .
 This tool aims to make the broken upgrade as save as possible. You can
 check whether the upgrade is safe or not just before the upgrade.

bye.

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