I'm currently in the same situation as you are...
Up until the other day I've been running both LMDE & LM 12 LXDE on my netbook with jupiter installed and it's been working without problem.
In my "old" LMDE install I used version 0.0.49 and now more recently with LM 12 LXDE I added the ppa's for the Ubuntu-based version.
Now - with the new respins I decided to turn back to LMDE on the netbook, and started with the XFCE-version. For this install I can still download and install the the 0.0.53 but it doesn't do me any good since I can't seem to get it added to the panel. And with regards to the Mate/Cinnamon version I'm not even sure it's worth bothering... I also tried the new python version but that one complains about dependencies.
This is a pity because I've yet to find another applet/utility that does what jupiter does for my 1000HE in one applet, and as a matter of fact I'm having a hard time finding anything that lets me control the CPU frequency in my XFCE install, not to talk about switching between external/internal monitor.
Now I no longer know what to do with this netbook with regards to linux flavor. What I like so much about LMDE is that I might never have to reinstall it again. (Never is a very long time, but still). LM 12 on the other hand is ubuntu-based, which does mean that it has an end date, but in that one I can still get Jupiter.
- I don't know... a dream scenario would of course be that fewt added support for debian, but...
Edit: it does run, because I get a message saying I'm running the "maximum performance mode" at startup, but I have no way of changing it since I still can't get it added to my panel... thought that XfApplet could help, but I'm not sure on the "how"
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