Hello pavroo, hello blaze, hello to all,
I have discovered a new problem:
After a discussion in the Forum of the 'Widelands'-Game, the people there suggested me, that I should use the daily builds of Widelands.(Widelands is a game from the GameOver-Edition of Sparky)
They proposed the command
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:widelands-dev/widelands-daily
to get daily updates for the programm. And Sparky answered:
add-apt-repository: command not found
Then I found an info-source, which says, that I need to install 'python-software-properties', 'apt-file' and 'software-properties-common':https://pricklytech.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/ubuntu-server-14-4-trusty-add-apt-repository-command-not-found/
I've done it, like in the link is described.
Then I found this in the Sparky-Forum:https://sparkylinux.org/forum/index.php/topic,3539.0.html
Pavroo says, that Re-branding Debian into Sparky made conflicts with the package. Perhaps he meant 'software-properties-common'?
First I want to know, if it was the wrong way to install the 'python-software-properties', 'apt-file' and 'software-properties-common' for Sparky? Should I remove these packages better?
The second is:
Can I modify the sources.list manually with the lines:
like is it described here?https://launchpad.net/~widelands-dev/+archive/ubuntu/widelands-daily
No, isnt it? Because it's for Ubuntu?
It's all very complicated. Maybe I should use the default updates, which is supported by Sparky automatically...