use experimental .debs on Gutsy
debdev at tonelli.sns.it
Tue Feb 26 14:01:58 UTC 2008
first and foremost, I think you mean "Debian unstable" and not "Debian experimental"
this is what I would do ;
1) add the debian unstable repo to /etc/apt/source
2) # apt-get update
3a) # apt-get install zope3 (or whatever you like)
3b) check the list of packages that zope3 is bringing inside,
and see that it does update essential components such as libc6,
and then hit "y"
4) remove the debian unstable repo from /etc/apt/source
5) # apt-get update
On Sat, Feb 23, 2008 at 10:00:33PM +0300, Rakotomandimby Mihamina wrote:
> Is that a good idea? Must I run Debian for that? Use Apt pinning feature?...
if the list 3b is too long and scary , you may try apt-pinning
(but it will not help a lot)
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