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Utopic unicorn in the download Menu is missing

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mice Mardi 10 Mars 2015 à 17:47
miceAnonymous

Hello

 

I could see that Utopic unicorn in the Download menu section Ubuntu is missing. That may should be repaired.

An other question for personal use. Is there a beta chanel for Playonlinux on Ubuntu to test it on the "Ubuntu Vivid Vervet"  beta?

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Ronin DUSETTE Mardi 10 Mars 2015 à 18:07
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Just use the deb file. The only "beta" is the development version, which you access via git.


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mice Lundi 16 Mars 2015 à 9:53
miceAnonymous

 

Just use the deb file. The only "beta" is the development version, which you access via git.

 

Ronin DUSETTE Lundi 16 Mars 2015 à 16:25
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Thanks for the hint. Please add an information into the Ubuntu downloadsection about the new place to get the new install file.

Um, that information is already there. It is very straightforward.

Like I said, you need to grab the "beta" (the development version) from the github repo in the Download section. Just git clone it like it says, and you have the newest development version. 


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mice Mercredi 18 Mars 2015 à 16:18
miceAnonymous

Seems to be a missunderstanding. In the current situation on the download Page, a user thinks he has the chose for a repository which will automatic update his playonlinux or a debfile who does not update with the package manager. I know some people wish this to grant more controle but I like more the flexibel autoupdate.

Because of the ability for automatic updates I also asked about a repository.

Ronin DUSETTE Mercredi 18 Mars 2015 à 16:33
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Ah. I understand. I don't see why you couldn't add a repo for one of the other distro's on there, but yeah, we should probably have one. 

You should be able to simply use any one of those repos (I just tested it using the Saucy repo on Trusty and it worked fine. That should do what you need it to do until we get one up there (or, better, consolidate all of the Ubuntu packages into 1 repo.).


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