As we all know that Arch Linux repository is updated with all the latest releases of all the softwares. But in Ubuntu, The repo is not updated that often resulting in user using the older versions of the softwares. I need a workaround,Tip or repo for Ubuntu 12.10 such that I should be able to get all the latest versions of the apps released.
It is by design - Ubuntu is basically Debian unstable. If you need the cutting (and bleeding) edge you may want to try Debian experimental or a rolling release distro like Slackware, openSUSE Tumbleweed, Arch Linux... or just go for Gentoo.
Here is How you can solve this issue :
Apt (advanced-packaging-tool) is an excellent tool to install/remove programs and packages on linux. The problem is that programs and packages sometimes are too old.
To help solve this problems you can use an external repository using ppa (personal package archive) to get more recent versions of your software/packages.
Let's take nginx for example. The version on apt is 1.1.19 (at the time I wrote this), but you can find the newest version using the nginx/stable ppa repository which is 1.2.6.
Let's see how it works:
Update your apt packages
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