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Subject Re: Debian, how to replace the couchdb8 package by the latest 9 ?
Date Tue, 18 Aug 2009 00:55:22 GMT

This may be off channel, but I have a similar problem:

I need to run the latest version of Erlang, R13B on my Debian Lenny system. When I asked how
to do this on a Debian forum I was told that the only way was to find a backport or develop
my own backport it. Otherwise I risked the integrity of my system.

Unfortunately, I can't find a backport nor do I have either the environment or skills to develop
a backport.

Is there any other way around the barn?

Many thanks,



On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 8:47 PM, Jehan Bihin <> wrote:

> Hi,
> On debian lenny i have installed couchdb, it's the 8.0, but reading
> tutorials, the web book, wiki and so one it's about the 9 so all help given
> is not for my version.
> In the goal to benefit the latest release of couchdb, someone have the
> experience on debian and work with the 9, and can help me to pass 8 to 9 ?
> Thanks by advance,
> *Jehan*

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