Re: KDE 3.2.2 for Woody... Careful upgrading..
On Tuesday 20 April 2004 22:56, Florian Ernst wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 10:40:50PM +0200, Jesús Roncero Franco wrote:
> > Maybe it is that people is too used to apt-get dist-upgrading quite
> > easily. Why then debian relies on apt-get and not on aptitude :-?
> Does Debian?
Well, it does for me! At least, it upgrades well from kde 3.2.0 to kde 3.2.1,
> Please see for example the Release Note for Woody at
>lectupgrade and following.
> For easy and well-defined tasks apt-get is just fine, but otherwise
> I'd rely on some »smarter« tool.
Ok, I'd remake my question. If today's preferred method of installing and
upgrading software in debian is apt-get, and it has some problems, why is
this the first time I heard of it? I mean, from a user perspective, one that
reads many debian related mailing lists, apt-get is the most recommended
tool, not aptitude.
Anyway, how do the debian kde guys make it to do it almost painless? Could it
be done the same way?
Just being curious, not wanting to start a flame about this! :)
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