Using Ubuntu 8.04, I put the lenny repository into synaptic and updated
all the files that appeared to be associated with Gretl. I then
deactivated the lenny repository because synaptic wanted to update ~600
other files. Everything seems to be working fine. So, assuming that I
have not broken something I have yet to discover, what functions do the
APT commands serve (I am a beginner on linux)? Thanks for the help.
Marcin BEaE<ejowski wrote:
it's simple and... it isn't. The newest version - 1.7.4 - exists in
lenny distro (deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian
lenny main). But if
you use current stable Debian version you have to make so colled "mixed"
distribution consists on stable and testing distros. To do it just add
following lines to /etc/apt/apt.conf:
Than add such line to sources:
After that: apt-get update, apt-get install gretl -t testing
Thomas La Bone pisze:
> Can someone tell me the repository for the latest debian version of
> Gretl? Specifically, I am looking for the name of the repository as it
> would be entered into synaptic, e.g., deb http:// blah blah blah (with
> the blahs replaced with something meaningful). Thanks.
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