Yes, that does work.
But I was looking for a solution that didn't involve manually downloading,
unpackaging, etc... In theory, adding the PPA options would not only install
the current version but also allow updates when available.
What puzzles me is that unless Hit means something different, most of the
folders and files are there, except for Packages.gz
Am I correct?
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