Update Pack 4 is ready for you to test
deb http://debian.linuxmint.com/incoming testing main contrib non-free
deb http://debian.linuxmint.com/incoming/security testing/updates main contrib non-free
deb http://debian.linuxmint.com/incoming/multimedia testing main non-free
- This thread is for users of the Linux Mint Debian Incoming repository only.
This thread is for users of the Linux Mint Debian Incoming repository
to report problems to the team, so that the team can relay them towards
all LMDE users via the Update Manager.
- If you're pointing to the Debian repositories, do not post in here.
- If you're looking for support, answers or information, do not post in here.
When posting about a regression or tricky upgrade, please include the following:
- The package update which is problematic.
- If you can, analyse the cause of the problem and why it is happening.
- If you solved it or found a workaround, please post it as well.
Include any information you think might help the team solve the problem
for others, or that might help others to work around the problem.
Any post not following these rules will be deleted.
Update Pack repositories were created to help people help each others
identify regressions coming from Debian Testing and to give the team the
opportunity to fix things at regular intervals. I'd like to thank all
the people who will somehow act as guinea pigs while using the Incoming
update-packs and thanks to whom users of the Latest update-packs will
have an easier life.
Important updates in this Update Pack:
- Gnome 2 is no longer available and replaced with Gnome Shell
- Cinnamon 1.3.1 is being made available from the Linux Mint repositories
- MATE 1.2 is being made available from the Linux Mint repositories
- There's a new Kernel in town (3.2)
- New versions of xorg and impacts on dkms
The purpose of this thread is to do the following:
Establish whether or not what's in incoming is "stable" enough for us
to push it to "latest". So if you find critical problems, do let us know
- Gather information about workarounds and tricks so that we
can document these and ensure "latest" users have a smoother upgrade
than you did with "incoming".
Good luck. Thanks for choosing Mint and thanks for helping out!