Thanks for the clarification.
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sudo apt-get install bash
apt-get update && apt-get upgradeshould sort you out - updated bash packages have been released already.
No problem. The package definition has been created. The packages are built and available on raspbian wheezy (lmce repo) and on ubuntu trusty (ubuntu repo), I will be added them into ubuntu precise (lmce repo) sometime next week.Great Thanks
There are two ways, we can either build the package in house, or host it in a PPA. I would prefer to build it in house, for precise, and use an ubuntu repo for trusty (if that exists). We would create the package definition and point it to the lmce repo for precise and the ubuntu repos for trusty, easy enough to do. Can you point me to the package (URL)?
Likely, but we would do that manually for our builders if posde is okay with that, as well as add the proper dependencies and PPA repos to the database for proper installation of package dependencies. Again, fairly easy.
It is probably some HTML/CSS problem that appears in chrome. You could try to use a different browser.I find firefox to be the best for viewing the advanced zwave page, I found it unworkable with chrome.