This instructions also work for Debian 7.0 Stable (Wheezy) Repositories. The first thing, after having a working Debian Squeeze installation, is to setup the repositories. The stable repository only has RT 3.8, but ther'es a nifty Debian repository which will allow you to install the latest RT version.
View package lists View the packages in the stable distribution This is the latest official release of the Debian distribution. This is stable and well tested software, which changes only if major security or usability fixes are incorporated. This list defines all the standard repository: stable (squeeze), testing (wheezy) and Sid aka Unstable, we are also defining the backport repository and the security repository. Now, to know which versions are available for a package that you want to install use the command: apt-cache policy packagename, so using drush as package I get this output: If you received mails via a @debian.org e-mail alias (e.g. email@example.com) and would like to get removed, open a RT ticket for the Debian System Administrators. Just send an e-mail to
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Debian version history - Wikipedia Squeeze was the first release of Debian in which non-free firmware components (aka "binary blobs") were excluded from the "main" repository as a matter of policy. Debian 7 (Wheezy) MATE on Debian 7 (Wheezy) Debian 7 (Wheezy), released 4 May 2013, contained more than 36,000 packages. Support for …
Debian packages support multiple Python versions now. We have created Debian packages for multiple Python versions. This means that they work now with both Python 2.6 and 2.7 out of the box, or if you compile them manually, with any (supported) version you have installed on your (Debian-based) system.
Dell OpenManage 7.1 Ubuntu Repository Dell OpenManage 7.1 Ubuntu Repository. This is the community-supported Dell OpenManage 7.1 repository for 64-bit Ubuntu 10.04 or later versions, as well as Debian Squeeze and (pre-release) Wheezy. 32-bit packages are provided as well, which also have the srvadmin-megalib package, but are not tested; use the 32-bit packages at your own risk. HTCondor Debian Repository HTCondor Debian Repository Description. Starting with HTCondor 7.4.1 and 7.5.1, we now have a Debian repository for installing HTCondor. Please see instructions below for supported platforms. Debian version history - Wikipedia Squeeze was the first release of Debian in which non-free firmware components (aka "binary blobs") were excluded from the "main" repository as a matter of policy. Debian 7 (Wheezy) MATE on Debian 7 (Wheezy) Debian 7 (Wheezy), released 4 May 2013, contained more than 36,000 packages. Support for … Squeeze is the development codename for Debian 6.0. It was the oldstable distribution till end of may 2014. Squeeze received Long-Term-Support until 2016-02-29. Now it is archived, and no longer receives security updates.