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and for updating for new version....??
What exactly do you mean? Updating ISPConfig or GNOME?
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Old 6th August 2007, 18:08
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for Updating GNOME version to 2.18.3
for new VER of that
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You can update GNOME without problems.
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Default sensible advice?

It may not be sensible to tell a new user to "apt-cache search gnome"? Did you ever try it?

You get at least a hundred lines of response - which you cannot read without a GUI or some extra knowledge.

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