The short simple answer is:
Open a terminal window and cd to your xastir directory in your src or
Confirm that "update-xastir" is in that directory with a ls -la
update-xastir at the command line prompt
Run that script with the command ./update-xastir
It well do some things and then ask you for your user password so it can
do the sudo section of its command list.
It is very well behaved and is how I stay up to date.
On 02/14/2018 05:50 PM, Joseph LaFerla wrote:
> I was just wondering whether I should install the new Xastir alongside the
> current version (in new directories of course) or simply run the Leeâ€™s
> script in the current directories. I have never had to do this before, so
> would appreciate some help. Or should I uninstall the current version, which
> is installed from source.
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