[Digikam-users] How does one use digikam source for casual testing?
ljp at dal.ca
Thu May 8 16:48:11 BST 2008
I'm using the latest beta of 0.9.4 and find it very stable. It
hasn't done anything nasty :-). I kept 0.9.3 which comes in my
linux distribution's repositories, but never use it now
that I have 0.9.4. Your mileage may vary of course.
I wouldn't do it without backups (but of course we should have
those anyway, beta program or not). I have about 400GB
of photos managed by digikam, and mainly use unison (very handy
backup utility) to maintain a local mirror of my image tree on a
USB hard drive, and also a mirror on my server at work. In
addition, DVD backups sporadically.
On Thu, May 08, 2008 at 11:26:53AM -0400, Paul Waldo wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have finally gotten digikam to compile from source, but I am hesitating
> before running it. I would like to check out the bleeding edge features, but I
> certainly don't want an obscure bug walking through my image tree deleting
> every image in sight. :-O I also want to maintain a stable version for
> day-to-day use.
> So, for those who have their feet in both the stable and beta worlds, how do
> you do it without worrying about bugs permanently removing your priceless
> photos? Thanks for any tips!
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