Changes to Adept?
philbieber at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 12:12:12 UTC 2007
I can't say why it changed, but I can tell you what chenged :)
The CD-ROM is still in the /etc/apt/sources.list file, the ressource
where apt / aptitude / adept get their list of repositories from.
Open the file ( /etc/apt/wources.list) as root (e.g. in the "Run
Command" window type: kdesu kate /etc/apt/sources.list) and put a
pund sign ( # ) in front of the first line where it says
or something similiar.
That should get you rid of putting in the cd to install apps.
Are there any experienced suicide bombers?
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On 9/27/07, Neil Winchurst <neil at holsdev.vispa.com> wrote:
> I use kubuntu Edgy. Recently I installed kubuntu Feisty on a laptop for
> my brother. He seems to be enjoying learning about it, so perhaps
> another convert.
> So to my question - when he uses Adept to install a file he is always
> asked to put the installation DVD into the computer. I have never been
> asked to do that ever.
> So, has something changed between Edgy and Feisty? I have now given him
> the DVD so that he can get some more programs if he wants, but
> meanwhile I am wondering about this, hence the question.
> Neil Winchurst
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