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The apt's configuration for Trisquel 4.0 is the following: deb taranis maindeb-src taranis maindeb taranis-updates maindeb-src taranis-updates maindeb taranis-security maindeb-src taranis-security maindeb taranis-backports maindeb-src taranis-backports main The apt's configuration for Trisquel 5.0 is the following: deb dagda maindeb-src dagda maindeb dagda-updates maindeb-src dagda-updates maindeb dagda-security maindeb-src dagda-security maindeb dagda-backports maindeb-src dagda-backports main The apt's configuration for Trisquel 5.5 is the following: deb brigantia maindeb-src brigantia maindeb brigantia-security maindeb-src brigantia-security maindeb brigantia-updates maindeb-src brigantia-updates maindeb brigantia-backports maindeb-src brigantia-backports main The apt's configuration for Trisquel 6 is the following: deb toutatis maindeb toutatis-backports maindeb toutatis-security maindeb toutatis-updates main Before Trisquel 3.5 there was a main branch that included the pre-installed packages of the different versions, and the extras branch that included all the free software available in the Ubuntu repositories, with some additions. All software is now consolidated into one main repository. The repository has packages for the i386 and amd64 architectures.
A buried river, well-known thanks to its course under Effra Road, Brixton. The name is thought by some to be of similar pronunciation to an Anglo-Saxon phrase meaning 'runlet of water, fountain, spring, stream'. Others say it's Celtic for 'torrent'. A third theory posits Effra as a particularly lazy corruption of 'Heathrow', the name of a former manor in the area (and nothing to do with the airport). It might even have been named for a local farm as late as the 19th century. Perhaps the spooks at MI6 can puzzle it out; the river flows beneath their building to reach the Thames at Vauxhall.
The arrival of an ice sheet in the Quaternary Ice Age, about 450,000 years ago, dammed the river in Hertfordshire causing large ice lakes which eventually burst their banks and caused the river to be diverted onto its present course through London. Progressively in this Ice Age, the northern channel was pushed south to form a lake, now the St Albans depression, by the repeated advances of the ice sheet. This created pressure to form the Goring Gap and a new river route through Berkshire, joining with the Kennet that formed the early southern headwater and on into London after which the river rejoined its original course in southern Essex, near the present River Blackwater estuary. Here it entered a substantial freshwater lake in the southern North Sea basin. A torrent produced by the rupture of this lake (now a sea) was a major cause of the formation of the Dover Strait gap between Britain and France. Subsequent development led to the continuation of the course which the river follows at the present day.
The ice sheet which stopped near Finchley deposited Boulder clay to form Dollis Hill and Hanger Hill. Its torrent of meltwater gushed through the Finchley Gap and south towards the new course of the Thames, and proceeded to carve out the Brent Valley in the process. Upon the valley sides there can be seen other terraces of Brickearth; laid over and sometimes interlayered with the clays. These deposits were brought in by the winds during the periglacial periods, suggesting that wide flat marshes were then part of the landscape, which the new river Brent proceeded to cut down. The steepness of the valley sides is witness to the very much lower mean sea levels caused by glaciation locking up so much water on land masses, the potential energy causing the river water to flow rapidly seaward and so erode its bed quickly downwards.
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