Mugshot 1.1.33

Mugshot 1.1.33 is now available in the repo for amd64 / i386 built against edgy. As always, packages for other architectures are more than welcome (along with dapper builds). Apparently, this release contains some fixes for epiphany users like myself. Thankfully, I’m feeling quite a bit better now (not perfect, but better). I have a doctor’s appointment on Thursday where they’ll probably want to run some more tests. Right now it’s looking like some sort of viral infection. Here’s to hoping everything gets fixed up soon!


9 thoughts on “Mugshot 1.1.33

  1. Don’t have any dapper builds yet. It looks like the motherboard up and died on Kimberly’s laptop, so we’re down a machine. I’ve been looking at picking up a few extra harddrives (my main machine is an lvm / raid 1 setup) so I have room for some more chroots.

    P.S. I like the new theme better, too. Though you can’t really knock Kubrick. It may be a default theme, but it is also an excellent theme.

  2. It’s possible to do a dchroot to have a dapper install living inside your edgy (or feisty install) for the cost of a few gigs of space. That might make the job of running dapper builds faster and even more scriptable: and make this fairly easy (though there are a few steps to go through to get there, for example: ).

    Apologies if those facts are already known to you.

  3. It’s ok (no apology necessary). That’s actually what I’m doing for the i386 builds (well, that and for the media codecs). Right now, I’m a bit short on both time and hard drive space. Though I have been looking at pbuilder (which is apparently the correct way to build packages) for doing all of the builds. Hopefully, I’ll have some time to do some investigative playing this weekend.

  4. Have you had a chance to compile for Feisty yet? I’d love to help, but I’m new to creating packages, and I think I’m running into a dependency problem compiling from source on Feisty.

    If you have any pointers on how you compile on Edgy, I’d appreciate any help.



  5. I haven’t tried playing with feisty at all yet. Here are some steps you could try to build it (though some underlying packages may have changed – that might be the problem you’re running into). In an empty directory:

    sudo apt-get build-dep mugshot
    apt-get source mugshot
    cd mugshot-1.1.33
    dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot

    That should create a package for you in the directory in which you unpacked mugshot.

  6. Pingback: (=) ( nighton . net ) » Mugshot on Feisty

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