Re: apt-get galeon q
Yes if you want uptodate (sometimes called bleeding-edge) softwares, it's
better to upgrade to sid.
I would be easier for you and in the same time you contribute to the early
IMHO testing (woody) is for woody testing. If you polute too much your
woody with sid package, you are not really testing woody and not sid too.
If you really want to stay with woody, It believe it's better to recompile
the package from the sid sources than playing with your sources.list.
Hust my 2 centimes.
Le ven, 24 aoû 2001 11:11:16, Karsten M. Self a écrit :
> on Thu, Aug 23, 2001 at 10:14:00PM -0400, Jeff Maxson
> (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > ok, the hoopla about galeon has got me wanting to try it. I'm running
> > woody, so I commented out my woody lines in my sources.list and put in
> > deb ftp://ftp.us.debian.org/debian unstable main contrib non-free
> I would suggest *not* doing that. There's a trick to specifying various
> Debian dists for specific packages, but IMO it's a really bad kludge.
> Better to get the Galeon binary straight from the project page.
> If you're moderately adventerous, unstable really isn't a bad pick for a
> desktop system. Yes, it breaks from time to time, but usually gets
> fixed in short order.
> Oh. And Galeon rocks ;-)
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