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I'd like to install using package-manager/apt-get.

How can I determine which repository to add to install this?

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Do you mean you want to build gnome-do from source or just install it? (The package you link to is a source package for Quantal (12.10) – user76204 Sep 1 '12 at 23:05
Yes, you are both right. I select AMD64, then I dl the .deb. Can't believe I didn't see that! Thanks all! – Geremy Sep 1 '12 at 23:19

You can just download the deb package from there, just select the architecture for your system, and if you click on overview you can see where is the package located, universe.

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