Hi Modestas, thanks for your reply. Am Sunday, 5. June 2011 schrieb Modestas Vainius: > Hello, > > On sekmadienis 05 Birželis 2011 10:44:13 Rainer Dorsch wrote: > > Am Sunday, 5. June 2011 schrieb Lisandro Damián Nicanor Pérez Meyer: > > > On Sáb 04 Jun 2011 14:21:15 Rainer Dorsch escribió: > > > > Hello, > > > > > > > > I am wondering, if there is a good way to pull KDE and its > > > > dependencies from sid on a wheezy installation. > > > > > > > > I am not asking about apt sources.list and preferences, but what is > > > > the right apt command to do that? > > > > > > > > E.g. if listing packages explicitly > > > > > > > > # apt-get install -t kde-full kdeutils kdenetworking .... > > > > > > > > how do I get a complete list of packages. Is there a better way to do > > > > that? > > > > > > -t is used to select the distro. > > > > Yes, that was a typo. I meant > > > > # apt-get install -t kde-full kdeutils kdenetworking .... > > But this is still wrong.... Waah, I just copied and pasted, did not fix the typo. Now it should be ok # apt-get install -t sid kde-full kdeutils kdenetworking .... > > > > You can use: > > > > > > apt-get -t unstable install kde-full > > > > That does not work, because kde-full does depend only on versions > 4.4.3 > > > > Is that a bug?? > > No, it's not a bug. Upgrading via metapackages is discouraged because you > pull too much bloat to your system in the process. > > I suggest you wait until KDE SC 4.6 migrates to testing. I did already start the upgrade. Essentially I did get the package list with # apt-get install -t sid `aptitude search kde|grep -e ^i|grep -ve "^i.A" |cut -c 5-30` Thanks, Rainer -- Rainer Dorsch Lärchenstr. 6 D-72135 Dettenhausen 07157-734133 email: email@example.com jabber: firstname.lastname@example.org GPG Fingerprint: 5966 C54C 2B3C 42CC 1F4F 8F59 E3A8 C538 7519 141E Full GPG key: http://pgp.mit.edu/
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