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A newt version of the Manual is now in the repos for upgrading. This version contains many corrections and additions to the Manual released with M11, using your feedback over the intervening months. Thanks to the Community for this invaluable contribution!

A heads-up: as the 11.5 cycle gets started with a new kernel, KDE 4.7.4 (at least) and maybe xorg.conf, we will all have to be on the lookout for revisions.

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Jerry3904 wrote:
A newt version of the Manual is now in the repos for upgrading. This version contains many corrections and additions to the Manual released with M11, using your feedback over the intervening months. Thanks to the Community for this invaluable contribution!

A heads-up: as the 11.5 cycle gets started with a new kernel, KDE 4.7.4 (at least) and maybe xorg.conf, we will all have to be on the lookout for revisions.

Newt?

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richb wrote:
Newt?

Maybe he's preoccupied with the clown festival in Florida.

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I am guessing that that upgrade will be a fresh install rather then an upgrade through synaptic? Thanks.


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It was available to me this morning thru Synaptic

Can't believe I wrote "newt" ... it would be improper for me to expand on that topic on this Forum!

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