GetDeb, Debian Squeeze, and a Complete Database Update

| | | |

A few long overdue updates to the Linux App Finder database are in process. I finally added support for the GetDeb apps and games repositories. These are some very useful repositories because you can often find deb files for apps in them that aren't yet in Debian or Ubuntu. They also could be used to get more recent versions of some programs than you might find elsewhere. All of the apps in GetDeb are not yet in Linux App Finder, but at least those that are will be reflected in the available files.

Debian Squeeze will be the next Debian release and is the current testing version. All of the official Debian squeeze repos will be updated. I also included the squeeze section of the Opera repository.

With such major updates to the available files it was time to completely update the database and get all of the packages up to date with the full repository list. It's been a while since this was done since it takes days using my Core 2 Quad processor. Hopefully an upgrade to a Core i7 975 in the near future will help.

There are many new apps all

There are many new apps all over the websites. I want something new that is simple. Developing an individual budget is a step you should take previous to you ever apply for a particular loan, or if you just wish to save cash. By developing a personal budget that you are more likely for making sure you don't borrow more than you can repay when apply for short term installment loans. For those who have an individual spending budget you might be more probably to have your bills covered and much less probable to overspend. Having your funds set up before you shop helps to keep you shopping within your means.

next Debian release and is

next Debian release and is the current testing version. All of the official Debian squeeze repos will be updated. I also included