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phenigma

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LinuxMCE 1204-alpha DVD Installer is here!
« on: November 20, 2013, 10:11:47 pm »
It is with great pleasure that I would like to share the LinuxMCE 1204 DVD Installer with you all!  

Snapshots will be available as they are produced and you should grab the latest one when you attempt your installation.  If you already have a snapshot and want to upgrade to the most recent, then you can use zsync to download the most recent version while consuming much less transfer bandwidth.  Refer to zsync documentation on how to use.

Refer to http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Installing_1204 for information about obtaining the DVD and installing/upgrading your 1204 system.

Please note:

1204 is still in an alpha state with new bugs being identified every day.  There is a lot of work going on to identify and fix these bugs as we are able to.  Please keep in mind that 1204 is still in a 'alpha' state and is changing regularly and *could* be broken through testing.  We do endeavour to keep things as stable as possible but that is not always possible.

We are not currently providing 'support' for installing and running 1204.  This means that you are very much on your own if something does break.  We rely heavily on people to identify problems and document them well in trac at http://svn.linuxmce.org

We welcome patches to improve the experience and/or fix bugs.  If you have figured out a solution to a problem, but don't know how to code it, please document everything you had to do in a trac ticket so someone can then properly patch the code.  This is imperative.  The limited number of devs cannot solve every problem.  If you discovery a problem we would really appreciate your help in solving it!

Thanks very much and enjoy LMCE!

-Jason

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Re: LinuxMCE 1204-alpha DVD Installer is here!
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2013, 03:19:47 pm »
Thats great news! I will have a look at it as a hyperv-vm first.