How can I install 2.5.0-beta1 on Debian ?

Hi there,
apt-get install moc only offers 2.5.0-alpha4. How can I install 2.5.0-beta1 ?
apt-get install moc=2.5.0-beta1 doesn't work either.
Any advice?

moc-beta1 resides in experimental. You have to add an respective entry to your sources.list, i.e.
deb experimental main

Then run as root:
# apt-get update
# apt-get install -t experimental moc

If this is to hot for you just be patient and wait. I'll upload the latest svn version to unstable within the next 2 weeks.

Debian's moc maintainer

Thanks a lot Elimar.

The beta1 version plus last svn commits stays now in sid:

I have to add a certain url to my sources.list in order to be able to install this version on the Raspberry Pi, I take it (?)
Can you please shed some light on this (?)

deb unstable main
# apt-get update
# apt-get install -t unstable moc-ffmpeg-plugin


I'm sure that's exactly what I had done before asking. Beat me to death but I'm not going any further
Edit: Never mind, I've just switched to ArchLinux, sorted.

It looks like RaspPi doesn't like 'libc6 2.17-3'. I am not maintaining the Raspian distro, but it should be easy to compile the Debian unstable package against RaspPies libc6 ;-)

The armhf version will be build from our build daemons and be available as usual after the upload.

Thank you very much indeed.