lubuntu artwork -- two versions?

Phill Whiteside PhillW at
Fri Nov 16 03:35:27 UTC 2012

Hi Hitesh,

when enabling an PPA, you will always get the latest updates from that PPA
unless and untill you 'Turn it OFF'. You selected lubuntu-art/daily ... the
word* daily* explains exactly what that PPA is about.

When enabling PPA's, it is important that people do take the time to read
and understand how 'dev' and 'daily' PPA's work [1] If there is anything
not understandable on that area, please do scream at me as to what is
missing and I will re-phrase it.



On 16 November 2012 02:55, Hitesh Shah <chimak111 at> wrote:

> I've added the artwork ppa to my otherwise default Lubuntu 12.10 (clean
> installation) so that I see
> quantal main listed in
> the "Other Software" tab of Software Sources. (I unticked the source code).
> However, when I run dpkg --get-selections, I'm seeing both
> lubuntu-artwork
> and
> lubuntu-artwork-13-04
> as installed.
> Is that the way it should be?
> How do I know which version is actually in effect?
> Should I remove the plain "lubuntu-artwork"?
> In case it is relevant, I have both /usr/share/themes as well as ~/.themes.
> One more question ... which files are part of lubuntu-artwork?
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