KXStudio : Repositories
The KXStudio repositories support all Debian versions since Wheezy and Ubuntu 12.04 or above.
They should work on all Debian-based distributions and variants, but the way to enable them will differ.
After the repositories are enabled and the system updated, we recommend you to install the "kxstudio-default-settings" package.
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Below is information on how to enable the repositories.
Debian users can enable our repositories by installing this deb file:
If you're running Debian Wheezy, consider installing the backports repo package as well: kxstudio-repos-backports.deb. (*only* for wheezy)
NOTE: The Debian repositories are still a work-in-progress. Some KXStudio meta-packages are not installable right now.
Ubuntu users can also install deb files for the repositories, but different files are needed for each version.
As such, we recommend you to enable the repositories using the command-line instead. Just follow these steps:
# Install needed tools sudo apt-get install software-properties-common wget
# Enable KXStudio repo sudo /usr/bin/add-apt-repository -y ppa:kxstudio-debian/kxstudio
# Update software sources sudo apt-get update
# Install kxstudio-repos sudo apt-get install kxstudio-repos
# Update software sources again sudo apt-get update
If you're running Linux Mint Olivia (based on Ubuntu 12.04), we need to correct for a bug in Mint's code. Run this after enabling the repos:
# Fix add-apt-repository olivia vs precise mixup sudo sed -i "s/olivia/precise/" /etc/apt/sources.list.d/kxstudio*.list
# Update software sources yet again sudo apt-get update
Users on other linux distributions should enable the repositories that best match their distro.
Remember that KXStudio offers repositories only for Debian and its based systems.