2.9 Master on Debian 11.3

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13 May 2022 07:49 - 13 May 2022 07:54 #242857 by hotporksausage
Hi all,

noob here
I have a fresh install of debian 11.3
What is the current/correct method to install 2.9?
I want to run QtPlasmaC

I don't want to upgrade to Bookworm as I need XRDP
I need a stable distro as it wil be used in production.

I've tried to rtfm but I'm a bit confused about the different methods, buildbot, build from source, use unstable repos and apt install -t, the method on the QtPyVCP site.
Or should I just stick with buster?

 
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13 May 2022 11:48 #242870 by rodw
Replied by rodw on topic 2.9 Master on Debian 11.3
Just follow this recipe:
www.qtpyvcp.com/install/bullseye.html
This will install the dependencies qtplasmac needs.

The only issue is with debian 11 you have to compile from source but that super simple if you have a good list of dependencies like above. But I like it.

Debian 12 will install a lot of the dependencies but to upgrade you have to install from source so it is not that much easier than debian 11 as you have to sort out the dependencies required. I have done a video on how to do this.
www.youtube.com/channel/UCSBvVOjX6VO1ZmNvEx6r3TA
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13 May 2022 23:59 #242922 by hotporksausage
Thanks Rod, I wasn't sure if QtPyVCP was required.
I appreciate your help and all of your videos.
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