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« on: February 23, 2011, 23:24:10 PM »

I have this theory and want to see if anyone has tried this.  I'd like to run Corporate 2 on my desktop, but want the games and missing packages that reside in the main Pardus 2011 repo.  If I added the Pardus 2011 repos to Corporate 2, would I encounter terrible issues?

What do you all think about this idea?
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« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2011, 09:00:51 AM »

I would imagine there would be terrible issues if you try and mix the repo's

kde3/4 clash for a start.

You may get away with individual packages, but again they could have been built against different libraries
I would not recommend doing this.

You may however build them from source against your corporate install
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« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2011, 21:13:41 PM »

You may get away with individual packages, but again they could have been built against different libraries
I would not recommend doing this.

That would be more likely to work in the direction of installing a corporate-2 package on 2011, as in general 2011 has more recent versions of libraries, and (apart from C++ code) there is a reasonable chance of something build against an old version of a library running with a newer one, whereas running with an older version than was used in the build is very unlikely to work.

That said, I tend to agree with mpie that mixing versions is not a great idea.
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