[Scribus] Scribus 1.1.2 on Debian woody.
Thu Nov 13 21:21:35 CET 2003
On Thursday 13 November 2003 21:14, Gerhard Gaussling wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 12. November 2003 23:26 schrieb Johannes Wilm:
> > > I'm trying to get scribus running at a school with 600 users and
> > > 100 thinclient running Woody, switching to testing is not an option
> > > at the moment, sadly.
> > uh, ok. All of Holmlia Skole running scribus? Not bad...
> What do you think about using apt-proxy and similar techniques
> (unfortunately I'm not very familiar to those projects) to synchronize
> your upgrades to testing?
I have installed such an apt-proxy server at the bureau of the Norwegian Red
Voting Alliance and it works perfectly. However, that only means that each
package only has to be downloaded once; it does not mean that all machines
are kept synchronized. The best way of doin that is by opening a KDE konsole,
opening many sessions, set one to "broadcast mode" and write "ssh
someuser at 192.168.1.1" in that session and just exchanging the last 1 with
another number in all other sessions. Then you can synchrnically execute
stuff on all machines at the same time.
> On the other hand: Is this a case to stick on the branch that compiles
> with gcc 2.95?
Huh? I don't really think the pre-1.1.2-versions are usable for much of
anything other than making one-page docs as it will just go down speed-wise
to the point of being unusable in no time whatsoever. :-)
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