Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of FAQ


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Sep 26, 2009, 5:23:08 PM (11 years ago)
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Gabriele Pohl
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    420 == Windows ==
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    424420=== Does it work on Windows? ===
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    429425The [http://www.cygwin.com/ Cygwin] environment can be used to built both Cygwin and Windows (using [http://www.mingw.org/ MinGW]) versions of {{{smartctl}}} and {{{smartd}}}.
    430 Installation instructions for binary distributions can be found [http://sourceforge.net/wiki/Download#InstalltheCygwinpackage-WindowswithCygwininstalled here for Cygwin] and [http://sourceforge.net/wiki/Download#Windows-InstalltheWindowspackage here for Windows].</p>
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     426Installation instructions for binary distributions can be found [http://sourceforge.net/wiki/Download#InstalltheCygwinpackage-WindowswithCygwininstalled here for Cygwin] and [http://sourceforge.net/wiki/Download#Windows-InstalltheWindowspackage here for Windows].
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     430=== Why did the release version scheme change? ===
     431
     432It was non-standard.  So with the move to GNU Autoconf and GNU Automake it changed from 5.X-Y (where X and Y are one or more digits) to 5.Y. Starting with the first release, and moving forward in time, the releases are numbered as follows:
     433
     434{{{
     435 5.0-1,
     436 5.0-2,
     437 ...,
     438 5.0-45,
     439 5.1-1,
     440 ...,
     441 5.1-18,
     442 5.19,
     443 5.20,
     444 ...
     445}}}
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    439 <!-- Change of version scheme -->
    440 <h3><a name="version-scheme-change"></a>Why did the release version scheme change?</h3>
    441 
    442 <p>It was non-standard.  So with the move to GNU Autoconf and GNU
    443 Automake it changed from 5.X-Y (where X and Y are one or more digits)
    444 to 5.Y. Starting with the first release, and moving forward in time, the releases are
    445 numbered as follows:</p>
    446 <pre>
    447 5.0-1,
    448 5.0-2,
    449 ...,
    450 5.0-45,
    451 5.1-1,
    452 ...,
    453 5.1-18,
    454 5.19,
    455 5.20,
    456 ...
    457 </pre>
    458 <hr />
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