Software Packages in "staging", Subsection x11
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I know how to choose version, but where do I see versions available. I just thought there was an easier way to do this. Find the relevant timestamp for the release containing your desired version. After an apt-get update, apt-cache policy packagename ought to show the version from the snapshot. Note that "aptitude hold" is ignored by other package managers i.
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They are bug fixes for jessie. Fixes that are not considered 'security issues' come in only during point releases. All that repo is, is a compton 01~beta2+20150922-1 binary to store them while waiting for a point release. Thanks, that helps me in my decision.
So I guess I'll stick to the 'SysV' that's already on the system. I didn't think so, I just noticed the update so thought it was worht checking. I'm stuck with an upgrade. The package tzdata doesn't configures correctly. Anyone has an idea? So letsencrypt changed its package name to certbot, and I'm trying to remove letsencrypt and install certbot.
I removed letsencrypt and autoremoved the dependencies, but certbot wouldn't install, and I found out it's because I manually installed python-setuptools - http: I don't remember doing this, but it was probably because I couldnt install it from a backport. If I remove it, will I be able to apt-get install certbot after that and the dependencies will be handled automatically?
Have you thought of a good NAS solution? I'm trying to build one compton 01~beta2+20150922-1 binary my home. I was trying to find a way to build a good host OS, and then install a software NAS manager on top of it.
Compton 01~beta2+20150922-1 binary that you can do this with Openmediavault version: Compton 01~beta2+20150922-1 binary on top of Deb. I tried to install this Openmediavault version: Stoneburner on top of Debian 8.
Anyways, I was just looking for some second opinions on what would be a good software NAS manager that sits on top of a host OS. I don't have any experience building a NAS myself. I just know debian well enough to suggest you should be building on jessie not wheezy if creatign something new.
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I have traced and purged all those automated scripts. The only way to be completely safe is to reinstall from scratch and restore from a backup you know is not tanted.
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Hey I'm getting super slow read performance from a zfs array and I'm trying to find some debugging info. I also know they are separate but as somiaj said there IS a dual image.
Just not a live one, but an installer. Though if you choose the bit version, you at least have the choice of multilib support.
This is to test several machines for suitability in a shop so compton 01~beta2+20150922-1 binary has to be one stick and as automatic as possible, booting into live desktop. Install will occur later. Has anyone made a dual image iso? A 32bit live image can at least test both. I haven't made one, there are some guides for even more than 2.
Sounds pretty cool, but I think most people nowadays compton 01~beta2+20150922-1 binary benefit from using bit, unless you know your CPU is bit only. Assume it needs to boot only on 64 for now, but it has to be hybrid, repartitioned on a stick, to put in net and ether drivers which are specific to the weird things I need to test.
I miss being able to replace batteries and take apart small computers easily. When gaming, there's a bit of latency over anything wireless. If it's wireless you could also use it seperately somewhere else. I can't recommend a tablet at the moment though. The sucky thing is, a lot of them aren't made to run Debian, only Android or Windows. I've heard of people installing Linux on the Compton 01~beta2+20150922-1 binary Pro, which is nice to hear, I suppose. Is there a free accel driver for debian?
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I'm trying to passthough the only gpu to qemu.