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John A
« on: May 22, 2011, 18:15:40 PM »

Its seems that the updates have stop at 129 packages with Pardus 2011.
If compare with Mandriva, Ubuntu or some other distributions I often get around 3 to 5 updates a week.

But with Pardus 2011 I have not recived a single Pisi update for about a month now. I  just wonder if its normal or if they got some kind of problems?

Even programs that supposed to be solved/included in Pardus 2011 from Pardus 2009.2 at this point (like KOffice or Licq)  Pisi seems to be stuck for a long time:


If it continue like this for a longer time I think people just will get tired, leave Pardus and change to some other Linux distributions. Undecided

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« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2011, 21:29:57 PM »

I believe you are using the stable repo. I use the devel repo and what I have is just the contrary!  Grin
I got a hell lot of updates lately, and I have KDE 4.6.3 on my laptop, everything works just fine now.

The thing is, the developers are preparing the repos and packages for the 2009 to 2011 transition right now. Also as you already know, the new release 2011.1 will be the most up-to-date release.

I also have seen that most of the packages from the devel repo have been transferred to testing. Which means you will get a lot of updates soon, real soon!
John A
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2011, 09:24:23 AM »

Ok, thanks for the info. Smiley
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