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April 2010

snapshot.debian.org

Archives Browse ftp archive snapshots from one of the following archives: * backports.org * debian * debian-archive * debian-ports * debian-security * debian-volatile Packages Search in the index: * 2 * 3 * 4 * 6 * 8 * 9 * C * W * X * a * b * c * d * e * f * g * h * i * j * k * l * lib- * lib3 * liba * libb * libc * libd * libe * libf * libg * libh * libi * libj * libk * libl * libm * libn * libo * libp * libq * libr * libs * libt * libu * libv * libw * libx * liby * libz * m * n * o * p * q * r * s * t * u * v * w * x * y * z Or enter a source package name directly: snapshot.debian.org The snapshot archive is a wayback machine that allows access to old packages based on dates and version numbers. It consists of all past and current packages the Debian archive provides. The ability to install packages and view sourcecode from any given date in the past is very helpful for developers who try to fix regressions. Users frequently need an older version of the software in order to make a particular application run. The Debian Project wants to thank Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, UBC Electrical and Computer Engineering and Nordic Gaming for providing hardware and hosting for this service. News

June 2009

April 2009

How to install Scribus on Debian or Ubuntu GNU/Linux Distributions | scribus.net

How to install Scribus on Debian or Ubuntu GNU/Linux Distributions Wed, 05/21/2008 - 00:25 — malex Introduction This document is about using Scribus Team repositories to obtain up-to-date Scribus packages for Debian GNU/Linux (unstable/testing/stable also known as sid/squeeze/lenny) and on Ubuntu (Intrepid/Hardy/Gutsy). We have two identical repositories (debian.tagancha.org and debian.scribus.net) that provide bandwidth redundancy and failover capabilithary, so you can use either one or both of them. Instructions are the same whether you run a 32-bit or a 64-bit distribution.

February 2008

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