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Archive for the tag "rc"

KDE 4.11 – first release candidate available for Slackware-current

A few days ago, the first release candidate of KDE 4.11 was made public – in source format of course. The source version is “4.10.95”. I had an updated KDE.SlackBuild framework ready since the first beta. A re-work was needed because KDE 4.11 splits another four of the big packages in a lot of smaller […]

Testing LibreOffice 4.0.0_rc3

Yesterday when I announced my packages for LibreOffice 3.6.5, I told you that I had a Release Candidate for 4.0.0 already running on my Slackware desktop. I decided to upload some packages for the new “Release Candidate 3” which was tagged and published earlier this week. I built those packages on Slackware64-current (should work on […]

Release Candidate Four of LibreOffice 3.3.0

It looks like Oracle is trying to rush their OpenOffice 3.3.0 ahead of the LibreOffice fork. Yesterday I thought there was actually going to be a stable release but no, it was only their tenth release candidate. Do we really care? Anyway, there is a fourth release candidate available now of LibreOffice. Obviously I built […]

First release candidate for LibreOffice

Those developers at the Document Foundation are coding like madmen! The first release candidate of the Libre Office suite of programs has seen the light of day. And of course I put my computer to work, and the result is a series of Slackware 13.1 packages for 32-bit and 64-bit LibreOffice, including a bunch of […]