Debian Planet









Welcome to Debian Planet

Search

Apt-get into it.
Main Menu

  • Home

  • Topics

  • Web Links

  • Your Account

  • Submit News

  • Stats

  • Top 10

  • Debian

    These are important Debian sites one should not be without!

  • Official Debian site

  • Package search

  • Mailing list archives

  • Bug reports

  • Debian on CD

  • Unofficial woody CD ISOs

  • Unofficial APT sources

  • Developers’ Corner

    Other great Debian news sources:

  • Debian Weekly News

  • Kernel Cousin Debian

    (Debian mailing lists digested)
  • Community Groups

    Need help? You’re not alone on this planet.

  • debianHELP

    (User support site)

  • Debian International

  • DebianWorld

    (Français)

  • DebianForum.de

    (Deutsch)

  • EsDebian

    (Español)

  • Debian-BR

    (Português)

  • DebianUsers

    (Korean)

  • IRC

    The place to get help on a Debian problem (after reading docs) or to just chat and chill is #debian on irc.debian.org.

    Many of the Debian Planet staff live there so pop by and say hello.

    Wanna write?

    Got that latest or greatest scoop? Perhaps you have some important news for the Debian community? Submit a news item!

    Or perhaps you’ve written a rather ground breaking insight into some aspect of Debian and you feel compelled to share it with others? Knock up a longer editorial article and send it to the editors.

    Sponsorship

    DP is sponsored by uklinux.net and CheepLinux.

    Debian Planet runs on hardware donated by Xinit systems and is using kieser.net‘s bandwidth.

    Who’s Online

    There are currently, 42 guest(s) and 4 member(s) that are online.

    You are Anonymous user. You can register for free by clicking here.

      

    And what about Libranet?
    by che on Saturday, November 10 @ 21:49:09 GMT

    I was wondering if some of debianplanet community were running libranet on their desktops. I only put Debian Potato on servers (I’m a sysadmin), but on my desktop I’m running Mandrake 8.1 at the moment. Potato hasn’t enough recent packages for me, while I don’t have the time for fixing Woody when it breaks (I run woody on a testing machine).

    I had high hopes for progeny and was hoping that Progeny 2.0 would be less beta than the 1.0 version. I guess that won’t happen …

    So I was wondering about libranet. Someone here uses it? How up to date is it? How long does it take to have a libranet package for the latest software (kde2.2, gnome 1.4, etc.)?

    Or is it just an easier to install potato/woody hybrid and for updates we should look at the regular Debian testing/unstable branche (with all the inevitable broken packages from time to time?).

    I’m downloading their iso to have a look when I’ll find the time, but it would be nice to share your experiences. DanielS: My desktops at both home and work are sid; I find it’s a) more up-to-date and b) less buggy than woody, in general. If bugs do slip through, it’s not hard to downgrade, through multiple deb lines in your apt config, or wait a couple of days for the maintainer to fix it.


    Your Name: Anonymous [ New User ]

    Subject

    Comment

    Allowed HTML:
    <p> <b> <i> <a> <em> <br> <strong> <blockquote> <tt> <li> <ol> <ul>