Latest stable build in Ship.2
jeffpk at gmail.com
Wed Dec 26 13:52:02 EST 2007
Well... I updated my G!G! to 653 and it *seems* to have worked...
caveat being that i have not done detailed testing... just "use
On Dec 26, 2007 1:46 PM, C. Scott Ananian <cscott at laptop.org> wrote:
> On Dec 26, 2007 12:27 PM, ffm <ffm at intserverror.com> wrote:
> > According to the download page for ship.2, 653 is the latest signed stable,
> > but according to OS images the latest image is 650. Since many issues that
> > were in 650 have been fixed in 653, and 653 seems to run w/o issues, why the
> > two different sources?
> > Since 653 is signed and (iirc) fixed WPA issues, should we not tell users to
> > update to 653 to fix their issues?
> 653 was a stop-gap release and has been tested only as a clean
> install. Upgrading from 650 to 653 has not been tested, and so using
> olpc-update to get from 650 to 653 is not (yet?) recommended.
> That is the reason for the discrepancy: we can't yet recommend 653 as
> an update. Users who need WPA should do a clean install of 653, which
> will remove any content they had created in the Journal.
> At the moment, Update.1 will be the first recommended/tested *update*
> (as opposed to clean install), although it is possible we will release
> something-like-653 which we could feel comfortable recommending as an
> ( http://cscott.net/ )
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