Re: XFree86 3.2??
> > XFree 3.2 is in the new unstable tree: /pub/debian/bo/binary-i386/x11
> > I recently upgraded to 3.2 and it hasn't crashed on me yet :)
> I just want to make sure that I'm doing this right. I just downloaded
> from the above site what I believe to be everything I need to upgrade from
> XFree86 3.1.2 to 3.2. Now, do I just do, as root, type
> "dpkg -i <package_name.deb>"
Yes, that's all you need. That is, if <package-name> doesn't depend on
any uninstalled packages. If it does, you'll need to also type
dpkg -i <other-needed-package.deb>
Notice, also, that dpkg -i needs a filename as second argument, not
a package name.
Oh, and I also always keep my fingers crossed while dpkg does it's job,
although this isn't really neccecary, and often results in typing
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