[maemo-users] [canola-devel] Canola2 available for UbuntuKarmic and Lucid

From: Luis Felipe Strano Moraes luis.strano at gmail.com
Date: Fri Feb 12 21:45:32 EET 2010
Thanks for testing, but just making it clear, it wasn't me who did the
it was Thomas-Karl (for Lucid) and Gustavo Barbieri (for Karmic).

If anyone else here is interested in helping out, let me know and I'll
add you to the
launchpad group.


On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 5:42 PM, Martin Grimme <martin.grimme at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> thanks for taking the time to package it all for Ubuntu.
> However, at least on Karmic, the package python-efl-epsilon conflicts
> with python-epsilon, which is e.g. used by coherence, and thus the
> UPnP plugins for totem and rhythmbox. I had to uninstall
> python-epsilon along with coherence and the UPnP plugins first before
> I was able to install canola2.
> Anyway, thanks for your work!
> Martin
> 2010/2/12, Luis Felipe Strano Moraes <luis.strano at gmail.com>:
>> Forwarding from the Canola mailing list, if anyone here can help testing
>> this.
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Thomas-Karl Pietrowski <thopiekar at googlemail.com>
>> Date: 11 February 2010 19:12
>> Subject: [canola-devel] Canola2 available for UbuntuKarmic and Lucid
>> To:
>> Cc: canola-devel at garage.maemo.org
>> Hello I'm Thomas Pietrowski,
>> I prepared packages for Ubuntu Lucid Lynx (10.04) and packages for
>> Ubuntu Karmic are also available. [special thanks to Gustavo Sverzut
>> Barbieri for the =>UbuntuKarmic packages]
>> I also packaged some other plugins for canola for example a picasa
>> plugin, a bittorrent plugin and (many) other plugins, which definitly
>> need testing!
>> But they are at the moment just available for Lucid, so let me know if you
>> want
>> or need them on other releases, like Karmic.
>> Testing like Fabio Leal does and find missing dependencies that our
>> packages need and report them here or simply join the discussion on
>> IRC [irc.freenode.org, channel #canola].
>> Using Ubuntu Karmic or Lucid and you want to test canola2 right now?
>> Just add the Canola PPA to your apt list by executing this command:
>> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:canola/ppa
>> You can also contact me on #canola if you have a new plugin that needs
>> packaging.
>> See you soon..
>> Thomas Pietrowski
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