Any sources for Saucy Salamander? (Ubuntu 13.10)

I seem to be “stuck” on the 5 month old nginx 1.4.1 on my Ubuntu 13.04.
But
reading the 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) Ubuntu repo notes, I see it’s STILL
that version.

So I found this post:
http://www.devcu.com/forums/topic/633-upgrade-nginx-to-latest-stable-release-ubuntu-1204/

It says to replace “raring” (or whatever) with the latest release.

But if I look at http://nginx.org/packages/ubuntu/dists/ I see that only
raring is the latest.

So, how can I best ensure that I can apt-get update nginx without having
to
completely remove and re-install?

Thanks!

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On 20/10/13 11:00, talkingnews wrote:

It says to replace “raring” (or whatever) with the latest release.

But if I look at http://nginx.org/packages/ubuntu/dists/ I see that only
raring is the latest.

So, how can I best ensure that I can apt-get update nginx without having to
completely remove and re-install?

Hi
I’m not sure if there’s a way within APT to see the version before
installing it, but if you look directly in the ‘Packages’ file it says :

Package: nginx
Version: 1.4.3-1~raring

Richard K. Wrote:

On 20/10/13 11:00, talkingnews wrote:
I’m not sure if there’s a way within APT to see the version before
installing it, but if you look directly in the ‘Packages’ file it says
:

Package: nginx
Version: 1.4.3-1~raring

Ah, does this mean it’s OK to just put the raring(13.04) repo/source
into
the sources list of a saucy(13.10) sources.lst?

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