KXStudio : Repositories
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The KXStudio repositories support all Debian versions since Jessie and Ubuntu 14.04 or above.
They should work on all Debian-based distributions and variants, but the way to enable them will differ.
After the repositories are enabled and the system updated, we recommend you to install the "kxstudio-default-settings" package.
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Below is information on how to enable the repositories.
Debian / Ubuntu
All Debian and Ubuntu users can enable our repositories by installing this deb file:
You can install it manually by running this:
# Install required dependencies if needed sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https software-properties-common wget # Download package file wget https://launchpad.net/~kxstudio-debian/+archive/kxstudio/+files/kxstudio-repos_9.2.0~kxstudio1_all.deb # Install it sudo dpkg -i kxstudio-repos_9.2.0~kxstudio1_all.deb
If you're using a system newer or equal to Debian Testing or Ubuntu 15.10 you'll need to enable GCC5 packages.
You can do so by installing this deb file - kxstudio-repos-gcc5.deb, or manually by running this:
# Download package file wget https://launchpad.net/~kxstudio-debian/+archive/kxstudio/+files/kxstudio-repos-gcc5_9.2.0~kxstudio1_all.deb # Install it sudo dpkg -i kxstudio-repos-gcc5_9.2.0~kxstudio1_all.deb
These packages contain:
- Various sources files that activates the separate repositories
- GPG keys used for package and repository signing
- A post-install script that enables an extra, Ubuntu-specific repository
Please do not copy these instructions to your own website, wiki, etc.
The packages file link might change at anytime, and so the instructions themselves.
Always refer to this exact page for how-to enable the KXStudio repositories please.