ChickenPie4Tea wrote:I have just moved from Mint 10 as It was being left behind with regard to later apps - I was having to stick with older apps and desktops eg Fluxbox is now 1.3 but I could only get 1.1
However I am finding this later release based on Debian to be worse in some cases - some programs are just not there at all eg Double commander and I read you shouldn't use ubuntu ppas so I cant get it at all.
kc1di wrote:I understand the frustration but it is what it is.
You can install wine quite easily , though it's not in Debian's repositories at the moment
I used Ubuntu PPA's and installed wine 1.3 it works fine on LMDE
I used the 11.10 version.
craigevil wrote:use Debian experimental which has wine 1.4
ChickenPie4Tea wrote: kdelive is a older version than I was using on mint 10- also and others I forget. I just didnt think It would feel more restricted than using an older mint like ver 10
the question is, while is your system that you are breaking, fine! the moment you start giving those advises to others, not so fine!kc1di wrote:[...] but honestly I have had no problems with the wine packages and it's a lot easier to install [...]
Latest version is Kdenlive 0.9, released in may 2012,
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