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# $Id: README,v 1.6 2006/04/23 01:55:14 tom_kelly33 Exp $ The package naming tries to follow the Linux kernel approach to versioning, i.e. versions are in the format "major.minor.patch" where an uneven minor version number indicates an unstable and/or testing release. If you want to contibute, or just fancy running the latest- greatest version, you can also get the latest development version from SVN. You will find all the information at: http://docs.unity-linux.org/development:packaging:svn To download a copy of the source code, ReadOnly SVN interface - as the name implies, allows you to use your favorite Subversion client to checkout the whole or any particular portion of Unity source repository. Simply download the file ( http://svn.unity-linux.org/unity_svn_setup_readonly.tgz ) and extract it to your $HOME directory. However, if you already have file $HOME/.ssh/config present on your system, don't overwrite it but append contents of .ssh/config file from inside the tarball to the end of existing file. Patches, suggestions, flames and general comments are always welcome at the above address. Good luck! - Jaco Greeff <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Wed, Nov 05, 2003