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Help me install Quanta+ ?

Postby mudpie on Fri Jan 28, 2011 2:09 am

Help me install Quanta + ?

I really, really miss Quanta+ I'm familiar with it, and it has the only editor with a preview window I like. A split screen, refresh-to-view preview, rather than a save/export "preview".

But I am just hitting a brick wall trying to install it in LMDE.

Can anyone help walk me through this?

I can show you what I've been trying (and failing) to follow...
not sure what to do here. Looks like most of these came along with KDevelop, but I haven't gotten far enough to know if I'm missing anything.
I'm not sure what to do with that line. I added
deb sid main
no go.
deb sid main
no go.
I'm not used to manually adding to "/etc/apt/sources.list" so I may be making a simple mistake here.

I downloaded the deb ... 3_m68k.deb
but only get the message
Error: Wrong architecture 'm68k'

Please help?

I'm trying out other editors, but they are all just reminding me of why I loved Quanta so much.

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Re: Help me install Quanta+ ?

Postby Elisa on Fri Jan 28, 2011 4:24 am



What about other stuff like:
Dreamweaver (portable version can be ran within wine) and Lin alternatives->

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Re: Help me install Quanta+ ?

Postby runbei on Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:20 pm

FWIW, for simple stuff I'm using Seamonkey - it has code and preview and an ftp uploader, all that's needed to make a few changes. Nothing like Quanta's power, of course, but then I don't have to load the system with all that KDE stuff.
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