Recently, I installed Debian on an old disc that was lying around and put it in my desktop (which was all Windows up to that point in time, I run #! on my laptop). I installed a minimal Wheezy system, updated it to Jessie, then installed KDE with tasksel.
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
I've set up a no-x/console only system running a minimal install of debian jessie/testing. For this system I need a screen locker to lock the entire session when I'm away. vlock would be appropriate but for some reason it's not in the jessie repo.
Does anyone know why vlock isn't in the jessie repo? What can I use instead?
i changed Debian7 xfce 'testing' to 'Jessie' on my thinkpad laptop in order to get e17 windows manager working. but after the change, Debian 7 xfce taskbar, menu, firefox launch icon on desktop have all stopped working.
not sure what should i do to make it working again, any ideas?
How To Set Up Xen 4.3 On Debian Wheezy (7.0.2) And Then Upgrade To Jessie
This will be a quick and easy setup of XEN(dom0-hypervisor) and one
virtual system (domU-guest). I wanted to test out XEN as my second
experience after VMware and since many web pages are outdated and have
many old fixed bugs and errors. I have decided to give it a spin with
Upgrading libc6 is a major step. Almost everything depends on it.The quickest way to fix you dependency issues is to do a dist-upgrade. I assume you have the jessie (or sid?) repo in your sources list already? Of course then you'll be halfway to running jessie. Or maybe all the way, depending on your pin priorities. Us that something you're prepared for?The