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Old 03-21-2011, 07:31 PM
"Todd A. Jacobs"
 
Default Mixed repository with Ubuntu?

I've got 10.10 installed, but need specific features from a later version of GPG than is available in the currently-supported version. In Debian, I'd just do some apt-pinning and add the sid repository, but I'm not sure what repositories to add with Ubuntu.


Failing that, I'd just like to build GPG from source, but am not sure how to get a list of all the Ubuntu-specific build dependencies. What's the easiest way to find that out?

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Old 03-21-2011, 08:17 PM
Tom H
 
Default Mixed repository with Ubuntu?

On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 4:31 PM, Todd A. Jacobs
<codegnome.consulting+ubuntu@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I've got 10.10 installed, but need specific features from a later version of
> GPG than is available in the currently-supported version. In Debian, I'd
> just do some apt-pinning and add the sid repository, but I'm not sure what
> repositories to add with Ubuntu.
>
> Failing that, I'd just like to build GPG from source, but am not sure how to
> get a list of all the Ubuntu-specific build dependencies. What's the easiest
> way to find that out?

Check the natty repos; there might be a more recent version there.

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> The unpleasantness of reading continual criticism, from those
> who will not do the minimal local rebuilds, to use the
> packages from a project not affiliated with the CentOS
> project, has pretty effectively driven the CentOS core
> developers away from this mailing list

...

> If a person doesn't like CentOS's pace and attention to
> shipping durable and 'correct' releases or with different
> features (as with EPEL), or want packages faster than CentOS'
> rate, PLEASE encourage them to either learn to show some
> minimal self-reliance in building, or to not use CentOS as a
> base

http://www.usatoday.com/money/smallbusiness/columnist/abrams/2011-03-18-how-to-lose-a-client_N.htm

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