[Scribus] Version mixup on Ubuntu
Wed Feb 13 23:02:51 CET 2008
On Tuesday 12 February 2008 11:03:00 pm Michal Blazejczyk wrote:
> I'm using the latest Ubuntu, and I'm getting Scribus
> from the following repository:
> http://debian.scribus.net/debian gutsy main non-free
> The problem is that I have two Scribus icons in the
> Applications menu:
> - 184.108.40.206cvs, 07 August 2007, Build ID: C-C-T-F-A
> - 1.3.4, 27 May 2007, Build ID: C-C-T-F-A
> This is most likely due to the fact that I have two
> Scribus packages installed: scribus and scribus-ng...
> My mistake :-)
> Anyway... Without realizing it, I've been using
> version 1.3.4 lately (and swearing at its instability).
> From reading this mailing list I no wknow that this
> is an unstable version. Question: is there any way
> I can salvage the document I created in 1.3.4 and
> migrate it back to 220.127.116.11?
> Another question: I would like to upgrade my "scribus"
> package to the latest version. But when I open Synaptic,
> I don't see neither 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124. How do I then
> get the latest version(s) on Ubuntu?
> Michal Blazejczyk
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I suspect you can't use your 1.3.4 document in 1.3.3.x. But you probably can
go forward to 1.3.5svn and rescue it there. That is a long process and
requires that you get cairo2-dev and python-dev. I just went through all that
on Kubuntu unstable. The compile takes hours. But it seems to work.
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