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Posted 05-07-2011 at 11:33 AM byalan_ri (Thoughts and other things about Linux, GNU, FOSS etc.)
As one can see on the site there are at this very moment;
[B]3256 screenshots online[/B]
But the fact is there are almost 30000 Debian packages out there, which suggest that there are many screenshots missing. Screenshots are very useful in Synaptic Package Manager for example, because it can obviously give you a picture of what you want to install. The process of uploading a screenshot is simple as it can be, so help make Debian better by uploading screnshots of some apps...
The following stanzas are for /etc/network/interfaces. They set up a bridge tap into the network (which I originally used for virtual machines, though most of the VM managers set this up automatically now).
When I installed QGIS, I downloaded the rpm. Then I searched the dependency. The dependency for QGIS are :
libgeos >= 2 is needed by qgis-1.6.0-12.5.i586
libgdal1 >= 1.6.0 is needed by qgis-1.6.0-12.5.i586
sqlite >= 3.5 is needed by qgis-1.6.0-12.5.i586
gpsbabel is needed by qgis-1.6.0-12.5.i586
python-gdal is needed by qgis-1.6.0-12.5.i586
libfcgi.so.0 is needed by qgis-1.6.0-12.5.i586
libgdal.so.1 is needed by qgis-1.6.0-12.5.i586...