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Svn-1586 via apt-get?

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  • #2702

    wwarren
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    Can somebody help a bit of a linux newbie with this? If I’m not mistaken, it looks like a standard “apt-get install mt-daapd” will pull in 1376 and getting it from the testing or unstable distributions pulls in 1696. Is there a way to get 1586 via apt-get?

    #17909

    fizze
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    Not really.

    The easy way is to wget the .deb file, or just download it and then

    sudo dpkg -i /path/to/mt-daapd-file-version-blabla.deb
    #17910

    wwarren
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    Thanks, I gave it a try last night and found that “apt-get install mt-daapd” brought in 1696. I’ll give it a try it and see if it works better for me than 1596 has. I was running 1596 on a WD Mybook WEII and this new install is on a P4 with plenty of memory, so maybe it will be good.

    #17911

    fizze
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    I’ve had 1586 and 1696 running for more than 100 days straight on my NSLU2. So you should be good 🙂

    #17912

    EVILRipper
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    Correct. Me too. All problems I’ve had (and I suspect am having) is due to failing hard drives. They’re just not made to run 24/7 for a year or so. 🙂

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