I have a question: Which OS is more stable: Kubuntu 13.10 or Debian Testing (Jessie)?
What about long-supported Kubutu. Is it better than short-supported ones, regarding safety and stability?
I am not so sure, what kind of distribution I should choose.
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?
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'm trying to upgrade to Debian Testing (Jessie). I changed every "Wheezy" in sources.list to "Jessie" and ran "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade". It did a normal update, then started upgrading. It asked me about restarting xscreensaver because glibc was upgraded, and so on.
Not sure how this belongs to the "Testing" section: KDE 4.9 is in the stable repositories, and you should already have it if your system is fully up-to-date.If not, please read the latest news and update your system:sudo pacman -Syu