Re: apt-get question
* James LeClair <email@example.com> [030710 12:53]:
> Hello all. Could someone suggest, or better yet provide an example, a way
> to edit a sources.list file so as to have the most up to date debian
> desktop system possible.
Well it depends on whether you are running stable, testing or unstable.
I don't use KDE so I don't know the specifics, but in general if you
run stable and want a newer version of something it is best to look
for a backport. Go to www.apt-get.org and do a search for KDE. Then
put the relevant source in your /etc/apt/sources.list.
If you can't find a backport get the relevant source packages from
unstable and backport them yourself (have a look at the apt-howo).
Ah... you asked for a way to edit; um, perhaps a text editor!? eg
emacs, jed, zile, nano, vim, joe, vigor... the list is endless.
> Suppose I could just install Knoppix but that would be to easy. I
> have done some experimenting, but every time I appear to have done
> the dist-upgrade successfully, KDE completely breaks down. Thanks in
> advance for any input.
I seriously doubt that installing Knoppix is a solution.
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