What records should I include in sources.list to properly and without complications update CrunchBang Statler to Waldorf ? Please inclusion of the relevant entries.
gunnervi wrote:ew wrote:Ok, open a terminal window and enter the commands below,I did this, and nothing changed. I rebooted, and still nothing. Should I resort to re-installing #! now, or are there other things I can do to try and fix this?Is it Waldorf or Statler you use? If it`s Statler you probably would want to upgrade to Waldorf anyway, now that Waldorf is the new stable release.
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
I currently run Statler on my laptop, but now I'm looking to install Crunchbang on my desktop. I was wondering whether I should install Statler or the latest beta on my desktop. If I install Statler, how easy will updating to Waldorf be in the future? I've never done an upgrade beyond just updating packages before. Will the move to Waldorf be simple as that?
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.
As I'm sure many here will remember, whenever a new "point release" of Statler came out, the most reliable upgrade path was, unfortunately, a clean install. Has anyone heard anything about Corenominal developing a more painless upgrade path for getting from Statler to Waldorf? (Perhaps a script?)Looks like someone's recently tried such an upgrade through editing sou
hi,I am afraid I cannot help very much as for your first request, but maybe this page will... If you decide to reinstall Waldorf, as long as you do not touch the /home partition, everything should be fine...I won't go for Statler now that it is about to become old-Stable..it is just, well, old and Waldorf is already extremely reliable...
Hello everyone. I am Eduardo, a new Ubuntu refugee that's happily turning to Crunchbang. :)While not any admin by far, I have some Debian experience from long years ago using testing, and no trouble making some tweaks here and there.