[jitsi-users] Nightly builds revert debian repo to stable


#1

I notice that setting up the "nightly" repository on Ubuntu is a
bottomless pit: The moment the first nightly version is installed the
repo is reverted to the "stable" build line. Could this be fixed ? The
ideal thing would be to be able to have both repos and both jitsi
branches on the same machine. Otherwise maybe the nightly repo should
create a "jitsi-nightly.list" file under /etc/apt/sources.list.d instead
of just "jitsi.list" what is the same file used for the stable line.


#2

I just solved the problem myself by simply creating a jitsi-nightly.list
file that does not get changed by the package.

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On 13/01/13 13:38, Mark Dammer wrote:

I notice that setting up the "nightly" repository on Ubuntu is a
bottomless pit: The moment the first nightly version is installed the
repo is reverted to the "stable" build line. Could this be fixed ? The
ideal thing would be to be able to have both repos and both jitsi
branches on the same machine. Otherwise maybe the nightly repo should
create a "jitsi-nightly.list" file under /etc/apt/sources.list.d instead
of just "jitsi.list" what is the same file used for the stable line.


#3

I have always wondered why updates to jitsi always broke on my Ubuntu. Now I have got the answer.

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On 01/13/2013 02:38 PM, Mark Dammer wrote:

I notice that setting up the "nightly" repository on Ubuntu is a
bottomless pit: The moment the first nightly version is installed the
repo is reverted to the "stable" build line. Could this be fixed ? The
ideal thing would be to be able to have both repos and both jitsi
branches on the same machine. Otherwise maybe the nightly repo should
create a "jitsi-nightly.list" file under /etc/apt/sources.list.d instead
of just "jitsi.list" what is the same file used for the stable line.