is solydk based on debian testing ?

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khlm
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is solydk based on debian testing ?

Postby khlm » 06 Mar 2018 14:50

hello, is solydxk based on debian testing ? is there is any version based on debian testing ?

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petsam
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Re: is solydk based on debian testing ?

Postby petsam » 06 Mar 2018 15:52

The official branch is Debian Stable.
If you are looking for testing, there is the EE version. From the specific forum section https://forums.solydxk.com/viewforum.php?f=78:
SolydXK is too quiet for you? SolydXK Enthusiast Editions, based on Debian Testing is for you! Here you can find news about Debian Testing and Unstable too, and also tests on SolydXK programs.
The support for SolydXK EE is provided by the community.

khlm
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Re: is solydk based on debian testing ?

Postby khlm » 06 Mar 2018 17:35

petsam wrote:The official branch is Debian Stable.
If you are looking for testing, there is the EE version. From the specific forum section https://forums.solydxk.com/viewforum.php?f=78:
SolydXK is too quiet for you? SolydXK Enthusiast Editions, based on Debian Testing is for you! Here you can find news about Debian Testing and Unstable too, and also tests on SolydXK programs.
The support for SolydXK EE is provided by the community.
can i replace the debian stable repo by the testing repo in solydxk offical branch ? is there is any proplems with that?

kurotsugi
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Re: is solydk based on debian testing ?

Postby kurotsugi » 06 Mar 2018 18:02

the easiest, faster, recommended way is using the enthusiast iso. of course migrating to EE is possible. you simply add debian testing repo, change the solydxk repo entry to EE, then do a dist-upgrade. though, the process is long and honestly there's no guarantee it will succed since the migration path between stable to testing isn't ready yet.

another way...is solydxk-fying a debian testing. it's lot easier. add solydxk EE repo entry, install soldyxk packages, done. however, it still faster using the enthusiast repo.


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