Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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ap1978 wrote:
Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:25 am
Doesn't work here. :?
What do you mean ? What's the error ?

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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I have Total Commander 9.50 Beta 7 installed. It is listed as version 9.5.0.0 in SUMo. SUMo says "Update available 9.22.1.0". That's the last stable version of Total Commander, 9.22a (older).

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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Update reporting for Chromium still doesn't work. I configured to ignore betas. And SUMo tells me that my version 78.0.3904.0 is outdated with major release available with version 81.0.3988.0. When looking up on SUMo server, it reports several users, more than 10, with 25% using that version. SUMo server has also an URL to the web site of the tool. That web site reports the latest stable release being version 78.0.3904.108 and higher numbers starting with 80 or 81 are available development versions (betas). So why are they declared as released instead of beta on SUMo server database and web page?

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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ap1978 wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 1:40 pm
I have Total Commander 9.50 Beta 7 installed. It is listed as version 9.5.0.0 in SUMo. SUMo says "Update available 9.22.1.0". That's the last stable version of Total Commander, 9.22a (older).
Should be ok now

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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scheff wrote:
Fri Dec 06, 2019 10:42 pm
Update reporting for Chromium still doesn't work. I configured to ignore betas. And SUMo tells me that my version 78.0.3904.0 is outdated with major release available with version 81.0.3988.0. When looking up on SUMo server, it reports several users, more than 10, with 25% using that version. SUMo server has also an URL to the web site of the tool. That web site reports the latest stable release being version 78.0.3904.108 and higher numbers starting with 80 or 81 are available development versions (betas). So why are they declared as released instead of beta on SUMo server database and web page?
Fixed !

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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Kyle_Katarn wrote:
Sat Dec 07, 2019 10:39 am
ap1978 wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 1:40 pm
I have Total Commander 9.50 Beta 7 installed. It is listed as version 9.5.0.0 in SUMo. SUMo says "Update available 9.22.1.0". That's the last stable version of Total Commander, 9.22a (older).
Should be ok now
Not fixed yet, no change.

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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Please send a screenshot to contact [@] kcsoftwares.com

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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SUMo reports Microsoft image processing of Windows 10 1909 as out of date, claiming that some Windows 10 20Hx has already been released (build 10.0.19038.0) although Microsoft declares Windows 10 1909 as latest release! (I kept beta reporting disabled in SUMo configuration as only interested in releases, not in betas.)

See attached screenshots of SUMo and SUMo server lookup.
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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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Seems ok now

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Re: Beta Versions / Undue notifications

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WinRAR 5.80.0.0 was released a few days ago, but the preceding betas were labelled 5.80.X.0 (X being the beta versions 1-4). So SUMo is showing the earlier betas as updates to the actual final release. Hopefully that's an easy enough fix for you.

What may be more complex though is Linx. The regular version is for Intel, and is on 0.9.6, however the AMD version is only available on 0.9.5 so far. Is there any way to resolve this given that the two share the same executable name by default?

Somewhat similarly, the KillSwitch executable included with the latest Comodo Cleaning Essentials is identified as Comodo Internet Security (64 bits) in SUMo, and so shows the up to date* executable (10.0.0.6111) as being behind by 2 major releases. Again, I don't know if that is something you could resolve, as it has the same name and is from the same company.

Thanks in advance for taking a look! :)


*While 10.0.0.6111 is the most up to date KillSwitch.exe for Comodo Cleaning Essentials, version 12.1.0.6914 (which is seemingly only available through Comodo Internet Security) can be found (with a heck of a lot of digging and guesswork) in the depths of their website - https://cdn.download.comodo.com/cis/dow ... cce_x64.7z (as well as updated Autoruns.exe and CCE.exe, among other files).

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