Hi Randal, On Tue, 13. Sep 2016 at 00:21:21 -0400, Randal Hale wrote: > It's a little bit confusing. There are like three repositories: > stable, unstable, and testing. Testing you don't want (unless you > want to test packages). Typically stable is a bit older. Unstable is > current. Which doesn't really make sense - but that's the way it is.
Not like it matters much in this case. We have packages in qgis.org/debian/ against the plain versions of the distributions (debian and **ubuntu**) and in qgis/ubuntugis/ packages against newer dependencies from - and only from - ubuntugis-unstable. Looks like it's hard for people to accept that there are also ubuntu packages in a directory called debian and that probably makes them jump on the other because it has ubuntu in it's name. > Under my /etc/apt/sources.list.d directory I made a qgis.list file > and put the following in there: > > deb http://qgis.org/debian xenial main > deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntugis/ubuntugis-unstable/ubuntu xenial main Why? That are the packages not based on ubuntugis with the dependencies from ubuntugis. Jürgen -- Jürgen E. Fischer norBIT GmbH Tel. +49-4931-918175-31 Dipl.-Inf. (FH) Rheinstraße 13 Fax. +49-4931-918175-50 Software Engineer D-26506 Norden http://www.norbit.de QGIS release manager (PSC) Germany IRC: jef on FreeNode
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