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I couldn't make those solutions work, but a quick google search turned up this option http://qgismalaysia.blogspot.com/2013/04/ubuntu-1304-and-qgis.html. It installs the master version, the instructions are step by step so I won't go through them here. Anyway, it worked for me.
Have a look here: http://trac.osgeo.org/gdal/wiki/DownloadingGdalBinaries. This gives you links to GDAL binaries for all sorts of operating systems and the first item is for ELGIS, supposedly including RHEL. Also see here. I mostly use Windows and get my binaries from the excellent gisinternals link further down the page, so I can't vouch for the ...
There's very little in the ubuntugis-unstable ppa for 13.04 yet, currently just proj and geos. What I did in synaptic (or muon), was edit the ppa and change the distribution name from raring to quantal. Worked fine.
Already you find some answer. An other solution maybe can be to type after "sudo apt-get update" still "sudo apt-get upgrade" and then to install QGIS
Ok, although it is funny to answer my own question I think it might be useful also for other QGIS users. If you go to Muon Package Manager and in Software sources remove all QGIS related repositories like Ubuntugis etc. then you add these (obtained from QGIS website): deb http://qgis.org/debian-nightly raring main deb-src http://qgis.org/debian-nightly ...
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