Hi

I don't know what's missing but there are imho too many ubuntu/Debian users 
that struggle to install the proper QGIS version. It's sometimes because they 
don't really know the name/type of their distribution, they ignore unstable and 
ubuntugis subtleties, they do not read all the instructions (particularly the 
footnotes) before trying to install... but obviously, there's something not 
clear/obvious/accessible to our readers in the way the information is provided. 
This leads me to this issue report 
(https://github.com/qgis/QGIS-Website/issues/509) where someone proposes 
another organisation of this section. I don't know if it's the right way to 
expose all the required information but it might be worth giving a look or 
discussing it. 

Regards,
HarrissouLe 14 avr. 2018 3:07 PM, "Jürgen E. Fischer" a écrit : > > Hi 
Reginald, > > On Sat, 14. Apr 2018 at 04:39:02 -0700, Reginald wrote: > > I now 
have a working version of qgis with python support. > > Seems like the download 
page of QGIS should be adapted ;-) > > In what way? > > > Jürgen > > -- > 
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