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Linux beta testing has begun! (plus Windows news)

Today, May 5 (Cinco de Mayo!---have a Margarita!) 2013, we begin our Linux Beta Test. I have emailed all of you who responded below to the post "Call for Linux Beta Testers" from our Bluehost server. Please be sure to check the email you provided at registration for the link to the download packages. Please reply to the email so I know who got it. We are testing 32 and 64 bit versions for Ubuntu (which may also work on Debian), OpenSUSE, and Fedora. This will be an accelerated beta test, because <!--break-->we think most issues would already have been caught in the Windows tests.

Please All Windows Beta Testers Report In!

It's time to start wrapping up our Windows Beta Test, so please all of you who have been testing report in by posting your experiences to the Windows Beta Test forum. If you still have some testing to do please try to finish it in the next several days. We want to be able to release the Windows version to the public by the first week of May, which is coming fast. I am working hard at my end on website issues to prepare (so, I think some changes are coming next week.). Thank you all!

Call for Linux Beta Testers

Pavel has informed us that Dev Team member Masahiro has cleared up the glitch in Linux mentioned previously, and thus if we find no other issues we will be starting the Linux Beta Test very soon. Therefore we are issuing this call for Linux Beta Testers. If you are able to work on this, please respond in the comments section below this article/post. Please make sure your registered email here is one where we can reach you!

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