RE: [Evolution] getting evolution snapshots with red carpet 1.0

I am also using debian's apt-get; however, I'm not sure if I am doing it
I mean, get no errors and stuff, but I'm not really sure I am connecting to
the right ximian server.

Is there one server for "release versions" and one for "snapshots"  If so,
which should I use and what are they.
I had two in my apt.list file for a while but one of them stopped serving me
for some reason.  I just don't know what
servers I should be using to stay current with evolution.

R. Matt Barnett

-----Original Message-----
From: evolution-admin helixcode com
[mailto:evolution-admin helixcode com]On Behalf Of Sejal Patel
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2001 10:34 PM
To: digger vermont
Cc: evolution
Subject: Re: [Evolution] getting evolution snapshots with red carpet 1.0

On 25 Apr 2001 22:33:35 -0400, digger vermont wrote:
I'm using debian and apt. Don't really know what all this Red-Carpet stuff
is about.
Is there an advantage to using it over apt?

Not really no.  IMHO, apt-get is actually nicer because you can add your
own locations to check for updates.  Red-Carpet will only allow you to
graphically update your system without worring about dependcy issues
from the channels that they provide you.

Sejal Patel (sejal iname com)

"I can call spirits from the vasty deep.  Why so can I, or so can any man;
but will they come when you do call for them?"
                                        Shakespeare, King Henry IV, Part I

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