I suppose I have to add something to
/etc/apt/sources.list but I can't figure out what.
Can anyone figure out (or know) how to add the experimental repo?
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The Experimental repository is a Debian repository, not an Ubuntu repository.
I would NOT RECOMMEND using the Experimental repository as a source for anything. It has a lot of packages which can break everything, hence the name "Experimental".
1.6.1-2 exists in Raring. Once raring is released, you can use Raring.
Edit sources.list: '/etc/apt/sources.list'
Add the repo URL like below. 'deb http://dev.zenoss.org/deb main stable'
You probably shouldn't mix Debian and Ubuntu repositories:
Mixing Debian and Ubuntu repositories will likely render your system unmaintainable. The package dependencies may introduce contradictions which leads to a deadlock situation.