I currently have the KDE_KDE4_Factory_Desktop and KDE_KDE4_Community repos enabled as I wanted to go to KDE 4.4. I realize that at some point I'm going to go the KDE 4.4.1 Beta....it's working pretty good now, to stop the KDE upgrades, can I just 'unenable' both KDE repos? I don't want any breakage as I work from this machine.
Basically you'll never get it to run in Squeeze/Staler because it has Gnome 3 dependencies and they don't exist in the squeeze repos.Your simplest option would be to install Waldorf and add it from the Mint LMDE repos as suggested by others There are a few posts around from people who've given it a go but something like this would probably work http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.ph
I have a Compaq desktop which came with a Motorola internal data-fax modem so I ordered abd received Ubuntu 12.10 from Osdisc and the 15 disk repository set. No probs installing op sys or repos But, software center doesn't seem to find repos when I try to update or install software. Have not tried to install wvdial and wvstreams 'cause I don't know where to put the libraries.
Almost all the major Linux distributions are using LibreOffice instead of OpenOffice. Today, it has been announced that Debian Squeeze too will get LibreOffice in the backports.LibreOffice has been available in Debian Wheezy and Debian Sid for a while now. But in the stable release, Debian Squeeze, it is not available.
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even those in the lighthearted holiday fare you were planning to watch on Netflix, which has been down since 1pm PST for some customers.
I've been looking into Statler since I've heard you guys will be using Squeeze's repository. Now, I was just wondering if anyone has set it up with Sid repos and installed a liquorix kernel instead. I'm sure many of you are wondering, 'pft, why even bother using #! then?' Well, I'd love to use Openbox with all the neat little scripts that have been created.