Linux version stll 0.6.6

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Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by RedneckDrow » Wed 18. Jul 2012, 22:39

Is this an oversight Rai, or is ity just taking longer for the linux version? All I have access to at the moment is my Linux Mint based laptop.

Help! :o

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Re: Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by Raimond » Sun 22. Jul 2012, 16:40

Sry, I'll update the file this night

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Re: Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by RedneckDrow » Thu 26. Jul 2012, 17:52

Well, that didn't work :cry: , I'm still getting the same 0.6.6.

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Re: Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by CapKirk » Thu 26. Jul 2012, 23:02

Hi, I am facing the same issue since 0.6.7 was released. I have tried to d/l every odd day or so. Still it shows v0.6.6.

On a related note, would it be possible to include the version number in the download filename?
E.g.: ffdl-linux-v0.6.7.zip
Not really necessary, and so not putting it in requests section. But it might avoid confusion.
Thanks!

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Re: Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by RedneckDrow » Sat 4. Aug 2012, 19:23

^ I agree. Version numbers in the zip file names would avoid confusion. :)

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Re: Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by Raimond » Sun 5. Aug 2012, 22:51

Hi,

it should be version 0.6.7 now.

I've used individual filenames in the past, but it caused problems with external downloadlinks. So I've changed to this system.

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Re: Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by CapKirk » Sun 5. Aug 2012, 23:50

Thank you! It's working fantastic. :)

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Re: Linux version stll 0.6.6

Post by RedneckDrow » Mon 6. Aug 2012, 04:30

As ranking first officer, I'd like to report that everything is working great on all the sites I've tested. (FFN, AoOO, Mediaminer, Yourfanfiction) :D

EDIT- Strike that, Yourfanfiction is definitely NOT working as of 8/6/2012.

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