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Johnny
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Post by Johnny » 20 Apr 2007, 02:07

Clive wrote:I would always leave the # in front of the debian sources unless you need to manually load additional software from the Debian repositories.

This way, you can follow the Excito upgrade instructions without worry. I have struggled with Linux for years, but with Bubba it is great to be able to leave the upgrades to Excito and just follow the instructions for a stress free life.
My thoughts to Clive!

I think I'll stick with leaving the # in front of the first three lines and leave it up to Excitos team whenever the updates arrive. :D

/Johnny

spoodie
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Post by spoodie » 20 Apr 2007, 09:54

Clive wrote:I would always leave the # in front of the debian sources unless you need to manually load additional software from the Debian repositories.
How do you do this? I usually editing the sources.list file and then put the hashes back once I've installed the new software, is there a way to tell apt to use the non-excito sources from the command line?

Clive
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Post by Clive » 21 Apr 2007, 05:40

spoodie wrote: How do you do this? I usually editing the sources.list file and then put the hashes back once I've installed the new software, is there a way to tell apt to use the non-excito sources from the command line?
No, I do exactly the same as you and un-comment the Debian sources when I need to install software and put the # back after so it doesn't mess up if I updated from the UI.

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