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Re: Using 0.0.28 with WINE

Post by kr0n05931 » 06 Feb 2009, 23:10

Shaili (a.k.a. tds) wrote:You can just synchronize the repo with new packages. All updates will come with synaptic. I didn't have this problem anyway. Don't forget that many people use guichan only for tmw ;)
And the problem with that is some don't. You always need to take the some into account when writing something. Omitting people from a guide is a bad idea. Guichan is not backwards compatible, and will overwrite whatever is already installed on Ubuntu, thus causing other packages that use, say 0.7.1, to break.
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Re: Using 0.0.28 with WINE

Post by Shaili (a.k.a. tds) » 08 Feb 2009, 19:35

Sorry I didn't know all those problems since I never noticed them ^^'
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Re: Using 0.0.28.1 with WINE

Post by Alxe » 04 Apr 2009, 16:06

That's why I prefer rolling release. Easier for everyone.
For example: I run Archlinux, which is rolling release. and then type "pacman -S tmw" on a terminal or vc and it'll get installing the lastest version on the repositories. Thanks to ABS (Arch Build System), you can make a simple PKGBUILD to compile the lastest version avaible and so, then install with pacman.

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Re: Using 0.0.28.1 with WINE

Post by Rotonen » 04 Apr 2009, 18:32

The problem in rolling release distributions lies in you having to constantly reconfigure stuff due to configuration file syntax changes.
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Re: Using 0.0.28.1 with WINE

Post by Alxe » 04 Apr 2009, 18:41

Rotonen wrote:The problem in rolling release distributions lies in you having to constantly reconfigure stuff due to configuration file syntax changes.
Not really... maybe when a package update is a major one, but I doubt, I never had to touch anything, not even for the kernel. Just recompile it, and that's done during installation.
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Re: Using 0.0.28.1 with WINE

Post by Rotonen » 05 Apr 2009, 12:14

Alxe wrote:
Rotonen wrote:The problem in rolling release distributions lies in you having to constantly reconfigure stuff due to configuration file syntax changes.
Not really... maybe when a package update is a major one, but I doubt, I never had to touch anything, not even for the kernel. Just recompile it, and that's done during installation.
And you've had the same install without clean reinstalls for over five years how many times?
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Re: Using 0.0.28.1 with WINE

Post by Alxe » 05 Apr 2009, 14:33

Rotonen wrote:
Alxe wrote:
Rotonen wrote:The problem in rolling release distributions lies in you having to constantly reconfigure stuff due to configuration file syntax changes.
Not really... maybe when a package update is a major one, but I doubt, I never had to touch anything, not even for the kernel. Just recompile it, and that's done during installation.
And you've had the same install without clean reinstalls for over five years how many times?
Point for you.
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