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Re: Debian Woody binary for subversion!!

From: Marc-Andre Landry <xeno_at_videotron.ca>
Date: 2004-12-24 07:14:38 CET

Hi Siju,
I felt that you may would like to know that your best friends is
groups.google.com. Use simple key word that you would think you may had
written to find some help.
Back to your solution that I proposed :
Because I am new to the world of Linux I strongly use the man command. I
also made some reading about the way Debian make it magical to install.
'apt' is a simple yet fast tool set to find or manage package. I was
looking throught the 'man apt' output when I recall that 'apt' strongly
use dpkg. So I made 'man dpkg' to find this proposal :
        dpkg -i | --install package_file...
               Install the package. If --recursive or -R option is
              specified, package_file must refer to a directory instead.

So you may try to do :
        dpkg -i subversion

but I strongly recommend to at least look at the way it will be install.
  So look at 'man dpkg'

If man pages are not install on your system you may look at the answer
of google. All my friends realy on it, I do but I also realy on them
because of the different interest. This is why I also reply fellow user.

Hoping my french ain't got you confused in the way I wrote english.

Siju George wrote:
> Hi Marc,
> Thankyou so much for the reply :))
> On Wed, 22 Dec 2004 13:26:20 -0500, Marc-Andre Landry <xeno@videotron.ca> wrote:
>>deb http://gulus.usherbrooke.ca/debian/ unstable main contrib non-free
>>deb http://gulus.usherbrooke.ca/debian-non-US/ unstable/non-US main
>>contrib non-free
>>--- End of listing (shall be written under 2 lines) line got broke by
>>thunderbird plain txt editor the way I like it. ---
>>You may use the stable seting unlike me that I use unstable and got
>>subversion updated by the apt-get dist-upgrade call to Subversion 1.1.
> As you directed I added the following two lines to my apt sources file.
> deb http://gulus.usherbrooke.ca/debian/ stable main contrib non-free
> deb http://gulus.usherbrooke.ca/debian-non-US/ stable/non-US main
> contrib non-free
> and gave the command
> #apt-get install subversion
> but it did not upgrade to subversion 1.1 and said that Ialready have
> the latest version installed.
> But it is still 1.0.
> how do I upgrade just 1 package and not the whole system?
> Thankyou so much
> kind Regards
> Siju
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