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E19.9 in the Bodhi Stable Branch

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Apologies for lagging behind on E19 updates. All the work with Moksha / getting 3.1.0 out the door took priority.

 

Today I've added E19.9 as well as EFL/Elm 1.15 to the stable branch. They seem to be working well here on both my Moksha system and my VMs running E19.

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I take it this will have to be a manual update if we want it?

 

EDIT: *sigh* nevermind... for some reason epdater only showed 2 updates, but then when it ran it pulled in all the other updates as well...  sorry for the post.

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If you have E19 installed and run your normal system updates you will find E19.9. Not sure if that is what you mean by manual.

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Usually when I restart my system I let it sit for a while and eepDater shows if there are packages or not for updating.  However today it only showed 2 so when I kicked it off it pulled in the 19.9 packaged so in all I think I had at least 8 updates, but the icon on the bar was showing 2.... no worries.  Im having an ugly Monday but at least things are working....

 

EDIT:

Ok, maybe its not a good Monday.   My 3.0.0 64, E19 VM appears to be hosed.  For some reason it booted into grub, flashed a couple messages about being unable to load the network module(?).  I am going to re-install the 3.0 64 e19 iso again and then let the updates run their coarse. 

 

Edit2:  I was able to revert to a prior snapshot and ran the updates.  All is well.

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how did you do a snapshot?

 

Ah, that is a feature delivered by Virtualization Software. Kev is running E19 in a VM (Virtual Machine) and when using that you can make a snapshot of the current state of the OS in the VM you are running and reboot into that state whenever you need to. Quite useful for experimental/unstable work.

Use it myself often for testing.

 

Enjoy,

Charles.

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