What's the status of dict?
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Wed Jun 28 22:24:14 UTC 2006
Cybe R. Wizard Wrote:
> On Fri, 6 Jan 2006 02:20:29 +0100
> Shot - Piotr Szotkowski <shot (AT) hot (DOT) pl> wrote:
> > Hello.
> > Cybe R. Wizard:
> > > I see that it is no longer re-installable.
> > What do you mean by this?
> Using Synaptic it no longer has (had) a re-install option.
> > > Has it disappeared from the repositories for some reason?
> > No. The main package gets better with every new
> > Ubuntu release - http://packages.ubuntu.com/dict -
> > And there's plenty of dictionaries for it in Breezy:
> > http://tinyurl.com/rnyak
> > Try to refresh your package cache in whatever package
> > manager you're using, it might've got broken somehow.
> Well, don't I look stupid; I changed my sources.list to see what
> were in store with Dapper, removed dapper from the list when I was
> through, and failed to re-enable the Breezy repositories.
> Thanks for jogging my diminished mental capacity.
> All is now well again. (except possibly me)
> Cybe R. Wizard
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> A: Apart from the fact that viruses are supported by their authors,
> use optimized, small code and usually perform well, none.
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I read that you re-enabled Breezy sources. How did you do this? I'm
having problems with Breezy dictionary. When I installed some pakages
using Automatix I allowed the the sources to be changed. How may I
recover the original Breeezy sources?
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