How to change the PPA from installed software
After I do some checking in USC, I found DeaDBeeF was installed via http://ppa.launchpad.net/alexey-smirnov/deadbeef/ubuntu
And I wish to used ppa:starws-box/deadbeef-player ... since it was believed to update my software
1. Is there anybody can tell me is it allowed to change the PPA directly?
2. if it cannot, would you mind to do a favor for guiding me how to change the PPA?
Re: How to change the PPA from installed software
Both ppas only contain DeaDBeeF packages with the starws-box/deadbeef-player ppa
having later versions so don't see any reason why you can't just add the starws-box/deadbeef-player ppa
and run sudo apt-get update
You could remove the alexey-smirnov/deadbeef ppa as it hasn't been updated for over two years.
PS If your going to use ppas use synaptic for a clearer picture.