I'm wanting to get some of the new features in Rhythmbox 0.13.2 on my aging Ubuntu laptop w/out having to upgrade to the latest version of Ubuntu. I'm currently at 9.10.
One option for installing the new version of Rhythmbox is to uninstall the package I have then install the tarball in
/usr/local and then figure out which dependencies I need to install. I'd rather use the package management system to manage the dependencies.
This may be an elementary question, but is installing the tarball and looking for the dependencies my only option here? Or can I somehow get the
.deb from a repository and install that instead?