@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ You may need to recompile and reinstall Sphinx once this is done.
-If you're running Gentoo, then Sphinx is available via @portage@. Unfortunately, Debian and Ubuntu users have no such luck, and will have to compile via source. I don't know what the status is for other distributions and package management tools.
+If you're running Gentoo, then Sphinx is available via @portage@. Debian and Ubuntu have the @sphinxsearch@ package available to them in apt. I don't know what the status is for other distributions and package management tools, so you may need to compile it yourself.
Compiling by source should be quite painless though. "Download the code":http://www.sphinxsearch.com/downloads.html from the Sphinx website - version 0.9.8.1 is the most recent stable release at the moment. The standard set of commands should install it with MySQL support: