[Scribus] Scribus 1.3.4 in Ubuntu amd64 repositories
John R. Culleton
Wed Aug 8 23:11:46 CEST 2007
On Tuesday 07 August 2007, John Jason Jordan wrote:
> On Tue, 07 Aug 2007 22:46:06 +0200
> Axel Bojer <axelb at skolelinux.no> dijo:
> > Oleksandr Moskalenko skrev:
> > (...)
> > > Alternatively, ask on this list and someone can rebuild it for
> > > you. I know some people here used to provide amd64 rebuilds to
> > > me, which I'd then put into our repositories.
> > I have built my own amd64-version on my machine, and I am doing
> > this for every new stable version of Scribus. If someone could
> > tell me how I can make a debian-package out of this, then I will
> > gladly send it to you :-)
> Thanks guys, but as I recently posted, I discovered a fix. Synaptic
> on my Feisty amd64 computer shows only 1.3.4 and the old 1.2.4. But
> if you select 1.3.4, then go to Package > Force Version, there is a
> drop-down that lists 18.104.22.168. In other words, Ubuntu didn't really
> remove 22.214.171.124, they just did something so it no longer appears as
> the default development version in Synaptic. I proceeded to
> reinstall 126.96.36.199 and all is well now.
> Still, a good trick to remember next time a Debian user needs to go
> back to a previous version.
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