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Democracy now in Debian Unstable

June 26th, 2006 by Nicholas Reville

Thanks to the efforts of Uwe Hermannm, an amazing volunteer on this project, Democracy Player is now in Debian unstable, as of today. Debian is a very popular version of Linux and having Democracy accepted into Debian unstable means that users can get the latest version of the application simply by typing:

apt-get install democracyplayer

Uwe also says:

“Bug reports against the Debian package will be listed at http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?pkg=democracyplayer

I think I’ll forward/copy any non-Debian-related bugs to Trac, or does somebody read the Debian bug reports regularly? If no serious bugs occur, the package will migrate to Debian testing in 1-2 weeks…

I’ll update the package to 0.8.4.1 soonishly, btw…”

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One Response to “Democracy now in Debian Unstable”

  1. Bill says:

    Thanks Uwe,

    What you’ve done is of great benefit to Debian Linux users. The new version installed perfectly on my first attempt. So easy…

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