jussi01 at ubuntu.com
Thu Jun 24 22:01:43 BST 2010
Perhaps it might be wise to have a second PPA - (you can do it on LP
easily) - one for the bleeding edge stuff, that you make your changes
in and one for the somewhat stable but newer than in ubuntu stuff, so
people can use your packages a bit more.
On Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 11:11 PM, Alessio Igor Bogani
<abogani at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> 2010/6/24 Brian David <beejunk at gmail.com>:
>> Alessio, I see that you've updated some of your kernels, but the Update
>> Manager will not let me upgrade. It gives me an error that says "Not all
>> updates can be installed" and then says:
>> This can be caused by:
>> *A previous upgrade which didn't complete
>> *Problems with some of the installed software
>> *Unofficial software packages not provided by Ubuntu
>> *Normal changes of a pre-release version of Ubuntu
>> I'm guessing it has something to do with that third one, but if so, how do I
>> go about getting your new kernels? I seem to have the appropriate
>> authentication for your PPA.
> Yes it is my fault. I'm working on it and I hope to release a fixed
> version as soon as possible.
> Sorry for inconvenience!
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