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#351 2017-05-29 18:01:55

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

DeepDayze wrote:

rebasing BL to testing

Ah, you mean a diproton (Helium-dev) system?

I have one of those and we have an experimental netinstall script that should do the job if run from a bare stretch system:

https://github.com/BunsenLabs/bunsen-ne … helium-dev

If you want to give it a whirl any bug reports would be most welcome, just be sure to mark them [Helium-dev] so that we know.

I will be writing up an official guide on the stretch transition soon with more specific guidance.


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#352 2017-05-29 20:21:29

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

I'll give that script  a whirl in my BL VM and report any bugs/glitches/issues.

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2017-05-29 20:43:49)


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#353 2017-05-30 02:10:10

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

I have a few stretch/sid compatible themes here...
https://github.com/hhhorb/bunsen-themes … /README.md

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#354 2017-05-30 02:48:55

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

^ and I'm planning to add them to the helium-dev netinstall script soon.
(...as soon as I sort out this gpg-agent thing...)


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#355 2017-06-19 06:00:59

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

Sorry, I'm kind of late to this party, but...

hhh wrote:

I'm doing some forum cleanup today, this sticky needs attention. 14 pages is too long for a sticky, for one thing.

Well, there are other stickies with more pages.  Should those be unstickied as well?

hhh wrote:

This topic has died down while stretch, and therefore sid, has been frozen but will go haywire when stretch is released and a flood of packages enter sid.

If one is tracking Sid/Unstable, you sit back for awhile after the release and wait for the avalanche to subside.  More for the noobs; vets already know this.  However, I'm glad you mentioned the flood as I had forgotten about it; thank you.  I did perform a full-upgrade yesterday, but no flood.  I'll hold off for awhile now though.

hhh wrote:

I'd like to create a new Sticky in the Development forum that gives a walkthrough for upgrading to testing and sid and tips for maintaining that system. The new sticky will have links to this thread "for more information", especially to a few posts that give specific instructions.

I'd also like to move this thread to Development as well, I think the subject and feedback are more fitting there.

Any objections or suggestions?

Thanks!

Walkthrough would probably go better in the Scripts, Tutorials & Tips forum.  I think this thread would be better in the BL & General Linux Discussion forum.  I also think it should be stickied so it doesn't get buried during periods of inactivity.

Last edited by KrunchTime (2017-07-05 20:07:51)

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#356 2017-07-07 02:13:38

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

dolly wrote:

Thank you for the swift reply teknomanzr. @admins - are there any thoughts of creating a help/support section for testing/unstable?

This thread itself can be used for issues with testing/unstable as the general forums are for the stable edition of BL. If you post your issue here then someone will be able to assist where they can.


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#357 2017-07-07 03:20:25

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

DeepDayze wrote:
dolly wrote:

Thank you for the swift reply teknomanzr. @admins - are there any thoughts of creating a help/support section for testing/unstable?

This thread itself can be used for issues with testing/unstable as the general forums are for the stable edition of BL. If you post your issue here then someone will be able to assist where they can.

And there is....

BL Forum wrote:

Help & Support (Other)
If you have a Debian testing/unstable or other non-BunsenLabs support question, feel free to ask it here


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#358 2017-07-07 23:16:19

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

damo wrote:
DeepDayze wrote:
dolly wrote:

Thank you for the swift reply teknomanzr. @admins - are there any thoughts of creating a help/support section for testing/unstable?

This thread itself can be used for issues with testing/unstable as the general forums are for the stable edition of BL. If you post your issue here then someone will be able to assist where they can.

And there is....

BL Forum wrote:

Help & Support (Other)
If you have a Debian testing/unstable or other non-BunsenLabs support question, feel free to ask it here

I think this thread was started for discussing running BL while tracking testing/unstable as well as dist-upgrade or full-upgrade warnings.  The Help & Support (Other) forum is to get help with problems running testing/unstable or other non-BL related issues.

Last edited by KrunchTime (2017-07-07 23:23:26)

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#359 2017-08-23 06:45:49

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Re: Tracking Debian testing/unstable with BunsenLabs

libc-dev-bin upgrade will remove packages.

The following packages will be REMOVED:
  build-essential debhelper dh-autoreconf dh-make dh-strip-nondeterminism
  equivs g++ g++-4.9 g++-6 g++-7 geany-plugin-py geany-plugins libc6-dev
  libexpat1-dev libpython-dev libpython2.7-dev libstdc++-4.9-dev
  libstdc++-6-dev libstdc++-7-dev libtool python-dev python2.7-dev
The following packages have been kept back:
  libc6 libc6-dbg
The following packages will be upgraded:
  libc-dev-bin

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