Hi there mb,I'm wanting to go wally~> sid and just wanted to check with you on two things before doing it.With the sources.list, is this what I should have in a wally install as opposed to the statler one listed:## CRUNCHBANG## Compatible with Debian Squeeze, but use at your own risk.deb http://packages.crunchbang.org/waldorf waldorf main#deb-src http://packages.crunchbang.org/waldorf wald
Update:OK, here's what I've done - it seems to be working OK, but if anyone reads this and thinks that my system will die, then do please say so...I added the Waldorf repo to my sources.listIn my etc/apt/preferences file, I pinned Jessie at a priority of 1001 and Waldorf at a priority of -10.Hopefully this means that I'm essentially running Debian Jessie, and I can install any Waldo
is anyone out there using audacious in statler alpha2?maybe i'm not experienced enough but i can't find any solution to get audacious scrobbling.is there no lastfm-plugin or do i just not see it?i'd appreciate any suggestions.btw. it'd be great if somehow the good old crunchbang-skin for audacious could be moved over to statler, too.:)
Hi, I was using audacious happily, but after the dist-update last week I can't get is working anymore. The error message is:
audacious2: symbol lookup error: audacious2: undefined symbol: index_new
uname -a output is:
Linux linux-9b84 184.108.40.206-0.2-default #1 SMP 2009-11-23 12:57:38 +0100 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and audacious as audio player.I am using a lenovo G460 notebook.It has keys which can play music.They work with Amarok. But , I want to make them work with Audacious.Can anyone help me?
I'm trying to install PHP5, by compiling it myself.
I'm doing this on Crunchbang Linux, version 11. Specifically, the version using the 3.2 kernel. Crunchbang 11 is based on Debian. This is a 64-bit Virtual machine, running on a 64-bit Win7 Professional.