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NASPA Zyzzvya Release 3.0.4 is now available for download at www.zyzzyva.net.
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This page describes how to install NASPA Zyzzyva on Linux for NASPA members.  
 
   
 
   
The Linux package is a tarball that you can unpack to any location you prefer. It has been tested on Ubuntu "Trusty Tahr" and on Debian "wheezy" with an upgrade of the *libc6*library to "jessie" as required by one of the package dependencies.
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== Minimum Version Numbers for Common Linux Distributions ==
  
The new version has a number of improvements over Version 3.0.3:
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* Linux Mint 19
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* Ubuntu 17
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* openSUSE 15
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* Debian “buster”
  
* The definitions in the OTCWL2014 lexicon have been updated.
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== Linux-specific Changes in this Release ==
* You will receive more helpful warnings and prompts when your NASPA Zyzzyva license needs reactivation or is nearing expiration.
 
* You will receive a warning if NASPA Zyzzyva cannot load your  preferred default lexicon. Users who went back and forth between NASPA Zyzzyva Version 3.0.3 and Zyzzyva 2.x have been frustrated by lexicons that do not load automatically as expected.
 
* For club directors who want to ease members into the OTCWL2014  lexicon and who might want to make special allowances during the transition period, you now have the option for secondary adjudication in the Word Judge screen. Secondary adjudication allows users to see how the play would have been judged under OWL2.1. This option is not appropriate for tournament use.
 
  
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* If you want to install the software in the default location (/opt), you must sudo the installer.
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* If you want to install the software in a user-writable location (such as ~), you may so configure the installation process.
  
Please use the Zyzzyva Facebook group or the naspa-zyzzyva Yahoo! Group to report issues and to communicate with other users and the author.
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== See Also ==
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For general changes since the previous release (3.2.1), please see the  
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[[Media:Zyz323New.pdf|What's New notes]].

Latest revision as of 14:33, 8 January 2021

This page describes how to install NASPA Zyzzyva on Linux for NASPA members.

Minimum Version Numbers for Common Linux Distributions

  • Linux Mint 19
  • Ubuntu 17
  • openSUSE 15
  • Debian “buster”

Linux-specific Changes in this Release

  • If you want to install the software in the default location (/opt), you must sudo the installer.
  • If you want to install the software in a user-writable location (such as ~), you may so configure the installation process.

See Also

For general changes since the previous release (3.2.1), please see the What's New notes.