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current ubuntu repository?

Postby karLcx » Sat Sep 28, 2013 4:07 am

hi,
i had a quick look around but couldn't find an answer to this in the linux section, though i know it's not a new question.

is there a more current ubuntu repository/ppa other than the documented one? from what i can tell 1.81 is the newest version i can install from the repo, but 1.901 is out now? or perhaps there is no longer a ppa being actively maintained?
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Re: current ubuntu repository?

Postby karLcx » Sun Oct 13, 2013 1:29 am

since there is obviously no current repo, any hints on how to update my install with current generic version for xubuntu? or does no one else use the linux version anymore?
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Re: current ubuntu repository?

Postby karLcx » Fri Oct 18, 2013 10:45 am

since obviously no one cares, i guess i'm off to find a new media server. bye
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Re: current ubuntu repository?

Postby Milansky » Thu Oct 24, 2013 10:11 am

karLcx wrote:hi,
i had a quick look around but couldn't find an answer to this in the linux section, though i know it's not a new question.

is there a more current ubuntu repository/ppa other than the documented one? from what i can tell 1.81 is the newest version i can install from the repo, but 1.901 is out now? or perhaps there is no longer a ppa being actively maintained?


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If you have Java installed, then you can skip step 3.
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