quick apt command help...

John DeCarlo johndecarlo at gmail.com
Thu Jun 15 20:04:52 UTC 2006

On 6/14/06, ZephyrQ <zephyrq at earthlink.net> wrote:
>         Could someone please give me the apt-get command to install the
> latest
> gphoto2 from unstable?  If I don't have the repository in my sources
> list (trying to keep it pure breezy right now), do I have to point to
> the repository with the command?

OK, I thought about this a little bit.  Here is what I would do:

Create your own sources.list with just the Debian Unstable repository in it.

run the following commands:

apt-get -c ~/sources.list update
apt-get -c ~/sources.list install gphoto2

This should resolve all the dependencies for the newest version of gphoto2
and install them for you.

As long as that version works for you, you need never refer to your personal
sources.list file again.

John DeCarlo, My Views Are My Own
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