[PD] where do u apt-get???

guenter geiger geiger at xdv.org
Thu Nov 20 10:18:27 CET 2003


If you want to have the latest version pd you will have to use the
Debian "unstable" and "experimental" branch.

so in /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb ftp://ftp.br.debian.org/debian unstable main
deb ftp://ftp.br.debian.org/debian experimental main

Then do a:
apt-get update
apt-get install puredata

This will probably pull in lots of updates, so you need a bit of

If people are interested I can offer a backport of the latest pd to
Debian stable. Just not on powerpc, because I do not have a Mac.

I could go on talking about Debian release strategy, but it is better I
do not start with that, I can just tell you that in the normal case you
will be happier using Debian "unstable" instead of stable.


On Thu, 20 Nov 2003, nmp||| wrote:
> hao,
> after doing "my first" debianppc install ), i want to head to Pd,
> dunno if it was gunter who mentioned a repository out there, i have
> searched with no luck, my best mirrors are in brazil and what i see
> there is a 0.32 version of pd.
> I now i can manually d/l and compile but my Q. goes in search of a
> deb ftp or http containing stuff like what h.c has already included
> in the OSX and W%^$^$ extended installers.
> It will be of great use a place where to apt-get install a "stable"
> version + externals..
> hope someone can give me directions on this cause im sure im missing something.
> thanks,
> nmp/
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