ubuntu-doc Digest, Vol 31, Issue 18
chris at xhost.com.au
Tue Apr 24 09:58:37 UTC 2007
Next time I have a newbie with a list of general support questions that
need detailed responses and opinions, i'll get them to post to this
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> I've been wondering when updates for individual packages are offered,
> how to find out about the changes, notably: are changes of category
> security fix, bug fix, added features etc.
> This is relevant if pending updates require large downloads,
> and the user wants to reduce downloading to the most urgent updates.
> Would this be a separate wish (as it is about much more fine-grained
> changelogs than the original post)?
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