Upgrading in Ubuntu

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue May 8 17:41:45 EDT 2007

Quoting Richard Mancusi <vrman49 at gmail.com>:

> On 5/8/07, Derek Atkins <warlord at mit.edu> wrote:
> <snip>
>> For testing you can still use 2.0.1, but I highly recommend updating
>> to 2.0.5 before you start using GnuCash for real.  It's much more
>> stable.
>> -derek
>> --
> I am considering moving a client from Ubuntu Breezy to Feisty.
> Big move but Dapper wasn't soup for how they used their system.
> This will also be their big change from GnuCash 1.8.x
> Feisty comes with 2.0.2 r14936.  Is this version stable enough or
> am I making a mistake?

As I said, you should update to 2.0.5 for real usage.  There are a LOT
of crashers in early 2.0.x (especially 2.0.2) that were fixed.  I know
positively that there's a 2.0.5 for Debian.

> tnx
> -rich


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