XBMC 11.0 Final is here....

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Just did 3 fresh installs for my machines. Other than the DPI issue in x, everything went smoothly.
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(2012-03-26 18:00)misa Wrote:  Still can't update through Nito.............it say's there is an update but it's not updating

I am getting this message:


W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://apt.awkwardtv.org stable/main Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/apt.awkwardtv.org_dists_stable_main_binary-iphoneos-arm_Packages)

W: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems

Ssh in and run "apt-get update" or you could just install via ssh.

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Congrats! Will update tonight.
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Big thanks to everyone for their continued hard work on XBMC!
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Dumb question: What's the best / safest way to update (on MacOS)? Should I just drag the old version to the trash and download the new one?

Many thanks
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Thanks Thanks and more Thanksss!! =)
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(2012-03-26 20:17)Amadeus Wrote:  Dumb question: What's the best / safest way to update (on MacOS)? Should I just drag the old version to the trash and download the new one?

Many thanks

I usually just drag In the new one to the same place and use overwrite when it prompts.

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Thanks Dean. I'll give it a go. What's the worst that can happen... :-)
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Gratz on the amazing release! XBMC is a gift from heaven !

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Ok so I just tried ssh'ing into the ATV 2 and doing it from scratch and it STILL did the old version. Just so I'm not just crazy, how can you tell if you are running the 11.0 final?
When it load it up it says 11.0 "EDEN", this is what's its been since I've had it for a month or so.
Would really love some help Smile
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(2012-03-27 11:30)rickydenim Wrote:  Ok so I just tried ssh'ing into the ATV 2 and doing it from scratch and it STILL did the old version. Just so I'm not just crazy, how can you tell if you are running the 11.0 final?
When it load it up it says 11.0 "EDEN", this is what's its been since I've had it for a month or so.
Would really love some help Smile

http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=XBM...running.3F

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Congratulations Everybody you guyz all rock,,,this has got to be the most awesome open source project to exist...............LONG LIVE OPEN SOURCE !!!!!
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(2012-03-27 11:34)deanmv Wrote:  
(2012-03-27 11:30)rickydenim Wrote:  Ok so I just tried ssh'ing into the ATV 2 and doing it from scratch and it STILL did the old version. Just so I'm not just crazy, how can you tell if you are running the 11.0 final?
When it load it up it says 11.0 "EDEN", this is what's its been since I've had it for a month or so.
Would really love some help Smile

http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=XBM...running.3F
Cheers for the link, but what should the latest version read as? What details am I looking for etc? It says 21March at the bottom.
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It shoud say 11.0 21st of match and that would be Eden FInal. 21st of march is the date it is built so that is correct!

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Thank you for your effort, XBMC is great!
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