GNOME 3.6.2 to be released for openSUSE 12.2Posted on November 23rd, 2012 5 comments
GNOME 3.6.2 has been released a few days ago and, as my previous posts comments show, people are eager to get it.
So, having done all the package updates in the last few days, having fix a few failures and being patient with the openSUSE Build Server, we should be ready to release this to the wild later during the day.
The instructions to install remain the same as in the original post: I suggest to not only use ‘zypper up’, but really do zypper dup: there might have entered one or two new packages which would not change vendor otherwise… alternatively, you can use the yast software installer and ‘switch all packages to the GS36’ repository…
Any issues? Let us know! The bug tracker still is open for your issues and I’ll try to answer comments as in previous posts.
Did you mean Gnome 3.6.2 ?
There is no 3.6.3 version and it will never be release ?!
Has the ‘tracker-miner-evolution’ package been intentionally removed? It is installed in openSUSE 12.2, but the GS36 repository contains no version of it.
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