[Scribus] Different Distros - different versions of Scribus?

Louis Desjardins louis.desjardins
Tue Mar 13 07:59:34 CET 2007

2007/3/13, andreas wessel <awbochum at gmail.com>:
> Elaine de Saxe wrote:
> > >
> > > Which one/s if any, will run the latest Scribus?
> Theoretically, you should be able to run the latest version everywhere, as
> the source code is accessible.
> But out of three ways to install Scribus, this would only be my last
> choice.
> First I would try the "normal" way, the package manager that comes with
> the distribution. This is the easiest way, but it could be not the latest
> version, as observed when you tried ubuntu. Second option is to get the
> package somewhere else, e.g. from the Scribus website/repositories. That
> did it for me, I followed the instructions on debian.scribus.net and
> installed the latest version without any source code hassle.
> Of course, if this won't work with your distro you can just take the
> source code and compile it.
> If you are "more interested in Scibus than in Linux" I would probably go
> for *ubuntu, as it's considered to be the "easiest"..


Please review this bug report before making the Ubuntu choice


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