On a recent clean Kubuntu 11.10 64 bit install, Muon Package Manager and Muon Software Update Center would not work. I would just get a bug report. I had to do all the updates through Konsole. The only way I could get Muon to work was install an experimental version of Muon through a PPA, ppa:echidnaman/qapt-experimental.
Your sources.list entry is wrong. For Waldorf/wheezy, it would be this (replace 'us' with your mirror)...deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/ experimental mainIt's in the experimental repo, but these Firefox/Iceweasel updates are so incremental that there's nothing experimental about them, IMO.
^ Do you have Experimental in your sources as well?I have seen this when there are issues with the SID servers not connecting correctly and with Experimental enabled (and found in the apt-get update) there will be an entire update from Experimental if allowed
I have my spectrum rooted and running CM10.1-experimental-M2.
Whenever I am texting and go over 160, it used to convert them to mms messages to keep them in one long message. However, since I installed cm10.1 it splits them up.
Any way to prevent this from happening?
DNF is the experimental fork of the Yum package manager that premiered in Fedora 18. While much hasn't been heard of this experimental Yum replacement since its debut, work on it has still been progressing and is turning out to be in great shape, is slowly approaching feature-parity with Yum, and is faster...
Dropbox, a client for an online service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere, has just received a new update for the experimental branch of the application, raising the version number to 2.7.51.
The Dropbox developers haven't decided yet to elevate the experimental version to stable and it seems that they don't plan on doing that too soon.