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broth420
2007-08-16, 17:07
I have built around 10 Ubuntu 7.04 Server running slimserver nightly, and suddenly today I am getting the older version (which I can't get to run).
This is on a fresh version of Ubuntu, with only Samba installed and configured. The instructions I am following come from the wiki and are as follows

Edit Sources.list
sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
add: deb http://debian.slimdevices.com testing main
CTRL-O to save
Enter to verify file
CTRL-X to exit
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get update (yes, twice)
sudo apt-get install slimserver

Each time I install I get the regular debian version (6.3.1, I think), which is pretty outdated and doesn't function correctly until I modify some directory rights. Anyone else having this issue. at first I thought it was a mistake I made, so I restarted the whole process from the ground up, and same result.
Thanks in advance

andyg
2007-08-16, 17:39
Probably because there is no longer a valid testing build, as we just released 6.5.4. Switch to stable.

andyg
2007-08-16, 17:52
There should be a new testing build after tonight.

broth420
2007-08-17, 06:34
As soon as I posted that, I went and read the wiki again, and it said the testing version was currently unavailable. Sometimes I should read before I type.
Thanks for your help.