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Updates was created by Astrosnoesky

When i read about new developments, nightly builds, in EKOS do i manually have to upgrade my software or is it done automatically whit the upgrades of Ubuntu?
Last edit: 4 weeks 2 days ago by Astrosnoesky.
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Replied by Gonzothegreat on topic Updates

You would need the likes of unattended-upgrades for auto updates.
You can read more at for example www.cyberciti.biz/faq/ubuntu-enable-setu...ed-security-updates/
Kstars Mac osx
Odroid C1 running indiserver (kept up-to-date with apt-get update/upgrade)
HEQ5 pro / QHY5 / Atik 314L+
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Replied by AstroNerd on topic Updates

Once you have installed the nightly PPA, then updates will come with the updater on your system...but in my case I manually run it severy so often, not sure if it can be set on an auto mode, but mine does run each time the system is booted up... :)
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Replied by Ihoujin on topic Updates

Myself I don't jump on every update right off the bat. I like to wait and see the response and bug reports. Even then I maintain a raspberry pi sd card with a known working system while I test a newly upgraded one. Where I am, we get far too few clear nights to deal with new software issues.
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