Umm, that's simply the nature of having dependent ABI's change, and happens on any OS.Originally Posted by jbus
You'll meet a breakage soon. Trust me. It's the same idea as Gentoo.If I can have a bleeding edge version of SUSE (SLICK) on my laptop that gives me all the latest and greatest software KDE3.5, FF1.5, Etc.... through APT and have the system still continue to WORK, then I'm sure there is a way for a distro as large and popular as ubuntu to offer bleeding edge apps as an option to its users as well.
The integration of a Klick type system into Ubuntu.At this point using Dapper is clearly not an option if you intend on having a working system. So, isn't there another way this could be accomplished?