Dabo in 30 seconds?

Cliff Wells cliff at develix.com
Mon Aug 1 02:48:23 CEST 2005

On Sun, 2005-07-31 at 17:16 -0700, Paul Rubin wrote:
> Cliff Wells <cliff at develix.com> writes:
> > > It did last time I tried installing it, which was maybe 3-6 months ago.
> > > Someone posted that it had been updated recently.
> > 
> > Looking on SourceForge, I see that had GTK2 builds and it's
> > dated 2003-10-01. 
> That's sort of interesting.  I think I downloaded whatever was on
> wxpython.org.

Usually there will be a link to a couple different builds on
wxpython.org.  I can see where it would be pretty easy to grab the wrong

> No this was definitely a GTK issue.  I avoid OS upgrades because of
> issues like what you describe.  If I want a new OS, I buy a new hard
> drive and install the new OS from scratch, or even buy a new computer.

I usually keep /home on a separate partition.  That lets me wipe / and
do a fresh install without affecting my personal stuff.  I will say that
using apt/yum to upgrade works pretty well these days, as long as the
jump isn't too far (i.e. more than one major release).  Still, I too
prefer the fresh install, just out of paranoia probably.


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