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Re: Installing xfce 4.6 on Lenny

Some weeks ago I installed XFCE 4.6 on many Lenny boxes and documented 
the installation in a howto I have published in my wiki:


Following step-by-step results in a clean and properly working XFCE 
4.6 installation.


Magnus Pedersen wrote:

> Matteo Riva wrote:
>> Hello everybody.  I have been using Debian for a while, I had an 
>> system which went through many dist upgrades and I always played 
>> testing and unstable stuff, even before I actually knew what I was
>> doing.
>> Now since I'm running a fresh and "clean" Lenny install I'm here
>> to ask what is the correct way to handle packages from the testing
>> branch, in case I want to use a newer version of some software 
>> xfce in this specific case).
>> Do I have to do a full dist-upgrade or can I just mix packages from
>> stable and testing branches?
>> Any input appreciated, thanks.
> I wouldn't mix stable and testing, get XFCE from backports if it is
> available or run testing.
> /Magnus

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