hello from Belgium

hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 24 Oct 2013, 07:14

hi there, since today i became a new point-linux user, installed it on my netbook and.....man i really love this distro.
I'm new to 'mate' but i think i find my way around it ;) . Everything just works, installed some progs as radiotray, unetbootin, pinta,... . Really a great job the develloper has done here.
Just i can't find 'deadbeef' in synaptic so instead i installed 'audasious' but i find it strange since deadbeef is in my knowings in the debian repo's.
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby Pry » 24 Oct 2013, 07:49

Hello, Drum!

Thank you! You're welcome here!

Deadbeef is not present in Wheezy. :( However Russian folks say you can grab it here. Haven't tested it though.
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby dek » 24 Oct 2013, 07:56

Deadbeef also available in deb-multimedia ;)
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby Pry » 24 Oct 2013, 07:57

dek wrote:Deadbeef also available in deb-multimedia ;)

I had suspicions about that... ;)
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 24 Oct 2013, 08:54

Pry wrote:Hello, Drum!

Thank you! You're welcome here!

Deadbeef is not present in Wheezy. :( However Russian folks say you can grab it here. Haven't tested it though.

The option you given did the trick ;) , now deadbeef is installed, thank you
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby Maroman » 24 Oct 2013, 11:18

if you do not mind I think exaile (from repository) is the better option. it's smaller than audasious and more functional than Deadbeef. moreover uses gtk libraries.
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 24 Oct 2013, 21:13

gonna try it out ;)
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby kc1di » 25 Oct 2013, 09:13

Welcome from another point newbie,
see you around :)
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 26 Oct 2013, 02:29

Well i am so exited about this distro and the easyness of using it that i'm now installing it om my daughter's laptop's. The first one is allready done, a Dell inspiron, install without any problems ;) .
Hopefully the second one a HP630 will also run it, because the wifi is really shit on this one, keep you in touch.
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Re: hello from Belgium

Postby drum » 26 Oct 2013, 04:15

Installation on the hp630 also done, and everything whent fine, so now i have on 3 sytems(2laptops and 1 netbook) point linux running.
After a wired install, no problems at all with the wifi-card who is a hard nut to crack. :D
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