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We Want You for DebCentral!

Our friends at DebCentral is looking for more blood and has written a small status on how things are progressing over there.
See the overview here


First of all, I want to take a moment to highlight a little program we've been working on, the “Friends of DC” program. The most obvious sign is the block on the front page with the links and logos of our friends. Who are these people and why are they “friends”? Well, they are a collection of news sites, forums, etc. that we have made agreements to help promote each other but also to work together in any way possible. We hope to work with them all to create projects, services, articles, and so on that are of benefit to the Debian and Free/Open Source software communities. Please take a few moments and visit their websites as well. Each friend site is unique, but all of them are excellent resources who share the same goals and values as we at DC do.

One Response to “We Want You for DebCentral!” »

  1. Comment by Evgeniny — May 14, 2013 @ 10:09 am

    This is a Postgresql 9.1 related qotueisn. I recently upgraded our Ubuntu server from 10.04LTS to 12.04LTS. I had Postgresql 9.1 installed already before the upgrade from your repository. Now I ran into the problem that I can not upgrade individual packages any more. I get the error message:The following packages have unmet dependencies: postgresql-client-9.1 : Breaks: postgresql-9.1 (< 9.1.6-0ubuntu12.04) but 9.1.5-1~lucid3 is installed postgresql-contrib-9.1 : Depends: postgresql-9.1 (= 9.1.6-0ubuntu12.04) but 9.1.5-1~lucid3 is installedE: Unmet dependencies. Try using -f.Any ideas of how I can upgrade postgresql to the latest version 9.1.6 without a reinstallation?

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