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Old 09-13-2012, 07:51 PM   #3
elmussol
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Originally Posted by st_albert View Post
I have been using Sigil 0.5.3 on a 32-bit Debian sid (actually aptosid) system for routine production work. It was installed from the linux binary install that you can still download from the Sigil download page (use "search all downloads").
This is good to know, thanks. I will consider this and the compile myself options.

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If you're planning on using Sigil extensively, and especially going forward, you might want to consider Ubuntu, and set it up to build from source.
I'm not going to be switching to Ubuntu ;-) I have poked a couple of Debian maintainers to see if it can be picked up. One is interested...

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Of course, if you're using Gnome or XFCE or some other non-KDE desktop, you may be fine.
I use Awesome WM, so the KDE/Qt problems you describe may not apply.

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