#kubuntu - Wed 2 May 2007 between 01:24 and 01:32

dwidmannvecina: It's really not going to be all that different
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tinwhat do you mean edgy's packages are deprecated?
dwidmannKubuntu is *heavily* based on Debian
vecinadwidmann: I guess... i wish there was another solution
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Jucatovecina: since you've been asking already, I think it wouldn't hurt if you asked in #ubuntu-devel (not really sure how they'll take it though.. might forward you to #ubuntu )
tini installed ubuntu edgy a couple days ago and it got all the updates
stdinooh it's awake
tinbefore i did the system upgrade to feisty
jjj__whats the advantage of debian over gentoo and fedora and others?
vecinatin: for example, edgy's Blender package is one version old
vecinaJucato: #ubuntu-devel?
Jucatovecina: you have to take release schedules into account
vecina: or #ubuntu take your pick
tinvecina: do you NEED blender 2.43 instead of 2.42?
Jucatodwidmann: it's not that *heavily* based on Debian though...
tinif so, just get it from blender3d.org
vecinatin: I like the sculpting tool. Plus you need the new version of Wesnoth to play it online
tinyou could always add fiesty's repos if you needed too i think
vecinatin: Point is, you cant stay up to date without recompiling and such.
tinvecina: stable > up to date
dwidmannJucato: certainly looks like it is to me
Jucatovecina: though you don't need to compile blender at all
vecinatin: I suppose... :/
tinmy server is running freebsd 5.4
it's not "up to date" per se, but it's bedrock stable
dwidmannsame core packages for the most part, debian forces you to for the most part build up from scratch, kubuntu just gives a set of defaults, all of which (give or take) can be found in debian's repos.
tini even looked up some info on upgrading to 6.x, but decided to wait anyway
vecinai like the simplicity of sudo aptitude install (program), bam, i have the newest version.
its even in my start menu all nice and neat
tinFreeBSD joker.tin.hopto.org 5.4-RELEASE FreeBSD 5.4-RELEASE #0: Sun May 8 10:21:06 UTC 2005
i guess non of the security errata affected it, that's the first and only kernel (and world) i've built in two years
actiontin double checks the errata
tindouble checks the errata
vecina: it is, and i'm glad fiesty handles my hardware (almost) perfectly
but fiesty IS brandy new
vecinai know :/ but i dont think this problem is normal
tinmy only problem is that blender doesn't display correctly

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