It might be the release notes has turned into patch 2 for the qubes and
correcting them in the process.
On Monday, July 18, 2022 at 8:27:25 PM UTC-7 a...@qubes-os.org wrote:
> On 7/18/22 7:59 PM, Howard Chen wrote:
> > Danm! That's a long a** message to read, and most importantly, the qubes
> > release note was written with 4.1.2 instead of 4.1.1.
> Hi Howard,
> I'm not sure what you mean. 4.1.2 doesn't exist yet, and it isn't
> mentioned anywhere in this announcement. Where are you seeing 4.1.2?
> Also, this announcement isn't actually that long, but it's divided up
> into small sections anyway, so feel free to skim and skip the ones that
> aren't relevant to you.
> P.S. -- Please avoid top-posting.
> > On Monday, July 18, 2022 at 6:59:52 PM UTC-7 a...@qubes-os.org wrote:
> >> Dear Qubes Community,
> >> We're pleased to announce the stable release of Qubes 4.1.1! This
> >> release aims to consolidate all the security patches, bug fixes, and
> >> upstream template OS upgrades that have occurred since the initial Qubes
> >> 4.1.0 release in February. Our goal is to provide a secure and
> >> convenient way for users to install (or reinstall) the latest stable
> >> Qubes release with an up-to-date ISO.
> >> Qubes 4.1.1 is available on the
> >> [downloads](https://www.qubes-os.org/downloads/) page.
> >> ## Reminder: Qubes 4.0 approaching end-of-life
> >> As we recently
> >> [announced](
> >> Qubes 4.0 reaches EOL (end-of-life) on 2022-08-04. If you're using Qubes
> >> 4.0 and have been waiting for an opportunity to upgrade to Qubes 4.1 via
> >> the [clean
> >> reinstallation](
> >> https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/upgrade/4.1/#clean-installation)
> >> method, we strongly recommend using this Qubes 4.1.1 release to do so,
> >> as this is the last Qubes 4.1 patch release before Qubes 4.0 reaches
> >> ## Existing Qubes 4.1.0 and release candidate users
> >> If you are already using Qubes 4.1.0 or [Qubes
> >> 4.1.1-rc1](https://www.qubes-os.org/news/2022/06/27/qubes-4-1-1-rc1/),
> >> then you should simply [update
> >> normally](https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/how-to-update/) (which includes
> >> [upgrading any EOL
> >> templates](
> >> https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/how-to-update/#upgrading-to-avoid-eol)
> >> you might have) in order to make your system essentially equivalent to
> >> this stable Qubes 4.1.1 release. No special action is required on your
> >> part.
> >> ## What's new in Qubes 4.1.1?
> >> Qubes 4.1.1 includes numerous updates over the initial 4.1.0 release, in
> >> particular:
> >> - All 4.1.0 dom0 updates to date
> >> - Fedora 36 template (upgraded from Fedora 34)
> >> - Linux kernel 5.15 (upgraded from 5.10)
> >> ## What is a patch release?
> >> The Qubes OS Project uses the [semantic versioning](https://semver.org/
> >> standard. Version numbers are written as `..`.
> >> Hence, we refer to releases that increment the third number as "patch
> >> releases." A patch release does not designate a separate, new major or
> >> minor release of Qubes OS. Rather, it designates its respective major or
> >> minor release (in this case, 4.1.0) inclusive of all updates up to a
> >> certain point. Installing Qubes 4.1.0 and fully updating it results in
> >> essentially the same system as installing Qubes 4.1.1. You can learn
> >> more about how Qubes release versioning works in the [version
> >> scheme](https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/version-scheme/) documentation.
> >> This announcement is also available on the Qubes website:
> >> https://www.qubes-os.org/news/2022/07/18/qubes-4-1-1.md
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