[xubuntu-users] Upgrate to xfce 4.4.1
jgamio at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 21:21:46 BST 2007
thank you Adam for your answer
I have just three months in GNU/LINUX and I cant understand some issues. I
had worked with windows since the 3.0 version until January when throw
windows and start with ubuntu. I know I have to learn a lot about the linux
and I do my homework but look this scenario
I have 4 machines
A) one server is now with dapper (to apache, php, mysql and web projects )
B) one home machine to play with around I have all the (*)buntu feisty
C) one to develop my main machine with Xubuntu 6.10
D) one to test with Xubuntu 6.10 ( I used to have a machine with low
requirement because the customers dont used to have the last techologie)
I dont use to upgrade my C,D machines until finish all my current projects.
the new projects are init in my home machine.
Xfce in edgy is a pre-release but in feisty is a release why I shouldnt
upgrade to 4.4.0 if is a release version. Upgrade to feisty (may be i am
wrong remember my microsotf background ) change the fact than i started to
use some libraries that are upgrade in feisty and maybe dont work in the
same way in edgy.
Excuse for my english is not good enouch yet.
thank you for any comment
On 4/30/07, Adam Miller <maxamillion at gmail.com> wrote:
> You shouldn't have any issues with the 4.4.0 and the only reason it wasn't
> included is because the 4.4.1 patch was released after the Feisty
> repository package freeze occurred. If for some strange reason you do
> experience a problem, submit a bug to launchpad and the developers will
> address it as soon as possible.
> On 4/30/07, Jesus Gamio <jgamio at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Correct me if I am wrong.
> > Xubuntu Feisty use xfce 4.4.0 and the current is the xfce 4.4.1 this is
> > only correct some bugs.
> > And this is my question xubuntu team correct this issues ??
> > or do I have to upgrade for me own ??
> > How Can I do this upgrade?
> > I have a machine with xubuntu edgy Can I upgrate to 4.4.1 ??
> > thank you for any help or reference to read.
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