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Re: kicad PPA for Linux - which one?
thanks for your email. is there any change we can make this thing that
you describe (your PPA) available on the ubuntu software center?
Also, I noticed that application aicons in your PPA do not build well
(low res.), can we work together to fix them?
On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 4:29 AM, Adam Wolf
> Hi Fabrizio,
> Me again! The adamwolf ppa basically does the following:
> Once a day, it checks to see if there have been changes committed to testing
> in the kicad bzr. If so, it compiles it and makes a package for quite a few
> versions of Ubuntu. If you add it to your sources.list, you'll get offered
> kicad updates just about everyday, and basically have the option to run as
> new of a kicad as you want.
> If that's what you want, it's perfect for you :)
> I don't know what the "build recipe" for the paxer ppa is, but it's probably
> about the same.
> Adam Wolf
> On Apr 14, 2012 8:51 PM, "Fabrizio Tappero" <fabrizio.tappero@xxxxxxxxx>
>> I seem to notice that this PPA:
>> is the reference one for Linux. Right?
>> I however see that there is also this one floating around:
>> sudo add-apt-repository ppa:paxer/ppa
>> Which one is the best-good one?
>> thank you
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