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Tue Jan 30 03:24:54 UTC 2007
Scott Kitterman wrote:
> On Monday 29 January 2007 17:53, Wade Smart wrote:
>> 01292007 1651 GMT-6
>> Im looking at installing a pano app called Hugin located at
>> http://hugin.sourceforge.net/download/, and it says packages available
>> for apt debain 1 or apt debain 2.
>> Ubuntu is based on debain but which one do I choose: 1 or 2?
> Neither. Ubuntu is not guaranteed to be binary compatible with Debian (or
> version). If you need to do this, get the source package and build it
ime, that's hardly ever an issue. Grab the package (_don't_ add the
repository to your sources.list) and "dpkg --install" it.
Then "aptitude -f install". If there are no errors, its fine, if there
are, then you're going to have to uninstall it and either find an ubuntu
package or compile from source.
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