install software after 1.9.54 upgrade?
December 25, 2009 06:42AM
Upgraded to 1.9.54 using the "Upgrade Elive"shortcut. Wanted to reinstall some missing software, but couldn't find Synaptic. Tried to apt-get install synaptic, but I get a message
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Package synaptic is not available, but is referred to by another package
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source
E: Package synaptic has no installation candidate

When I check /etc/apt/sources.list, the only repos I have are:

deb [us.repository.elive-systems.com] lenny main elive drivers tests efl ports multimedia games

deb [us.debian.elive-systems.com] lenny main contrib non-free

Is this just something to be expected with a development build, or did something get borked with my upgrade? Is there a standard list of Elive repos somewhere?

Sorry, I can't find a way to make the repo lines display properly. . .
Re: install software after 1.9.54 upgrade?
December 25, 2009 09:02AM
It happened to me the same thing. Anyone knows how to solve this?
Re: install software after 1.9.54 upgrade?
December 26, 2009 02:49AM
Hmmm. . . got into terminal as root, ran an apt-get update, and now I can install synaptic. Must have been a repo problem.

OK, let's try this one: why can't I change my entrance theme? Saved the proper file to /usr/share/entrance, went to Settings Panel, Startup to select the theme, but I still get the same old login. If I can't change it, at least how do I kill that annoying music?
Re: install software after 1.9.54 upgrade?
January 04, 2010 04:26AM
Hi,
About the music (I don't know about entrance stuff) you have a module like all other Emodule that you can enable or disable from your config module menu. Or you can just choose your sound/music to launch going through Config panel=> features(not sure about english term)=>Startup-module..

Hope it helps...
Ciao @+

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