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slackware:current [2012/09/11 13:47 (UTC)]
vharishankar [Overview] made a point clearer
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   - read the ChangeLog file present in ''/​var/​lib/​slackpkg/​ChangeLog.txt''​ for what applications and libraries are upgraded and which new packages are included.   - read the ChangeLog file present in ''/​var/​lib/​slackpkg/​ChangeLog.txt''​ for what applications and libraries are upgraded and which new packages are included.
   - upgrade to the current branch in the normal fashion. See [[slackware:​slackpkg#​full_system_upgrade|full system upgrade]] for more information.   - upgrade to the current branch in the normal fashion. See [[slackware:​slackpkg#​full_system_upgrade|full system upgrade]] for more information.
-  - keep the current branch up-to-date by following steps 3 to 5 above (you could also automate the update-checking with a [[howtos:​task_scheduling|cron]] job.)+  - keep the current branch up-to-date by following steps 3 to 5 above (you could also automate the update-checking with a [[howtos:​general_admin:​task_scheduling|cron]] job.)
  
 <note warning>​Do not track the Current branch on production systems as it is a test-bed for upcoming releases. It is recommended that you use the latest stable release with the security updates instead.</​note>​ <note warning>​Do not track the Current branch on production systems as it is a test-bed for upcoming releases. It is recommended that you use the latest stable release with the security updates instead.</​note>​

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