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Re: [trinity-users] It looks like synaptic is trying to update to r14.0.1

From: Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@...>
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2015 23:13:41 +0100
On Sunday 23 August 2015 22:26:27 Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Sunday 23 August 2015 12:42:47 Lisi Reisz wrote:
> > On Sunday 23 August 2015 17:11:10 Slávek Banko wrote:
> > > Alternatively, you can temporarily switch to the preliminary stable
> > > builds repository, where are now also R14.0.1 - compiled from
> > > identical source packages as is on the official build farm.
> >
> > Strongly recommend this, but take out the word "temporarily".  I would
> > have recommended it yesterday evening, but wasn't sure abouit
> > switching repositories half way through updating.
> >
> > To get Slávek's name (and other "strange" non-American names) use
> > kcharselect.
> >
> > Here is the entry you need.
> >
> > # Trinity preliminary stable builds
> > deb http://mirror.xcer.cz/trinity-sb wheezy deps-r14 main-r14

Forgot to give you the key:

# apt-key adv --keyserver keys.gnupg.net --recv-key A04BE668

Sources are available as well, but you don't need those to update.

Lisi

> >
> > One line instead of the two (deps is included in the line):
> > deb
> > http://ppa.quickbuild.pearsoncomputing.net/trinity/trinity-r14.0.0/deb
> >ian wheezy main
> >
> > deb
> > http://ppa.quickbuild.pearsoncomputing.net/trinity/trinity-builddeps-r
> >14.0.0/debian wheezy main
> >
> > Then away you go. Fast _and_ reliable.
> >
> > Lisi
> >
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> It will get there eventually Lisi. I am not just killing time until now.
> Something has happened to the motor driver module in my lathe and now
> the spindle motor is dead.  The puzzlion thing is that there are leds on
> the port pins that do all this, and sometimes they indicate a normal
> signal headed down the cable, and sometimes they show zero activity.
>
> But my back has stood in front of that machine long enough now that it
> doesn't feel like wrestling the 400 lb toolbox its sitting on, around to
> gain access to the driver.  Tomorrow maybe.  I did get the lock pin hole
> bore at 2 diameter,s and about .2" of the outer end of the hole tapped
> at 50 tpi for an arbitrary thread diameter, meaning I will also need to
> make the threaded plug that retains it.  But after I had mounted some
> 5/8" rod and centered it within a thousanth, intending to make that
> threaded plug, but now the spindle motor's driver is on strike.
>
> I swear at times if I didn't have bad luck, I wouldn't have any at all.
> Thats the 80 year old Iowa farm kid in me, making do with whats in the
> iron pile by the back fence.  :)
>
> Cheers, Gene Heskett