glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jun 11 22:05:27 UTC 2014
On 06/11/2014 10:38 AM, Liam Proven wrote:
> On 10 June 2014 19:08, NoOp <glgxg at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> On 06/10/2014 06:29 AM, Liam Proven wrote:
>> & no automatic updates
>> Nonsense again. In fact you get can get updates immediately rather than
>> having to wait for Ubuntuzilla which is usually behind the actual
>> SeaMonkey Project releases. The only time that you'll not get immediate
>> updates from the SeaMonkey Project are: 1) if you are running a
>> 'Contributed' 64bit build, and/or 2) you've turned off automatic
>> updates. You neither have to wait for Ubuntuzilla, nor the Update
>> Manager to get the update.
> If there's a new version, you have to reinstall it yourself. That is
> not an automatic update. If you install from a repo, as soon as
> there's a new version in said repo, you get it with your automatic
> system update.
Why do you not understand that you *do not* have to reinstall the
standard SeaMonkey build (32bit) to get an update? Even if you have
autoupdates turned off all you need to do is click 'Help|Check for
Updates'. I suggest you install and try yourself so that you will get
some actual experience with SeaMonkey.
>> Look, I've nothing against Ubuntuzilla (waves to Daniel/nanotube) - in
>> fact I also install and test an Ubuntuzilla version as well to verify
>> their build against the SeaMonkey Project build, highly commend them for
>> their work, and also recommend them. However, before you go on about
>> running SeaMonkey directly perhaps you should have some experience in
>> doing so first.
> So, perhaps you don't know me, or don't remember, even though I know you.
My memory is just fine.
> I was running this stuff from before the Mozilla Project existed; I
> started on Netscape 1, kiddo. Here's a nickel, kid, go buy some *real*
Stop your dick swinging and 'step down considerably' if you don't know
what you are talking about. When you were studying biology I was
designing and implementing global networks.
> P.S. Get off my LAN.
>> I've been running SeaMonkey builds from day 1. I also
>> build my own on occasion (versions that actually have gstreamer enabled).
> Aww, as recently as that? Cute.
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