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Offline melmarker

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I've done this some times ago. Please comment out extra/next in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/???.list

I use extra/next for developing the Qt5 Spin of LXQt. The spin will hopefully be finished end of next week. It seems, that mixing packages (LXQt Qt4/Qt5 is not the best idea in some cases, i've had hopes that would not happend)
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Re: Important: LXQt Packages are moved to extra/unstable
« Reply #1 on: 2014/06/23, 17:05:45 »
Thanks - I'll do that!
How safe is it (may be after next week) to dist-upgrade the 'siduction LXQt Dev Release' (paintitblack/lxqt/amd64_2014-05-08_17-04)? I reinstalled it twice in May because systemd had problems recognising the harddrive after d-u → I could not login as normal user then. Despite the help of musca I couldn't work it out - so I set upgrading aside…

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Re: Important: LXQt Packages are moved to extra/unstable
« Reply #2 on: 2014/06/23, 19:20:29 »
Just a little OT:  Has anyone got a working lxqt-runner setup yet?  Last time I looked, there seemed to be parts of it missing from Paint It Black.
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Re: Important: LXQt Packages are moved to extra/unstable
« Reply #3 on: 2014/06/24, 00:30:04 »
dibl: good question :P
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