In the last weeks before the official release of version 6.0, I was using 5.99 with auto-update because
it was already stable enough for what I’m doing.
I’m working on Ubuntu, version 21.10.
Now it got updated, but I got directly version 6.99. And I think I should stick to version 6.0 for a while
because it’s not likely to be stable enough for real work.
So the question is : how do I do that? I have disabled the nightly builds in “software and updates”.
NB: I checked this page : Install on Ubuntu | KiCad EDA and followed the rules for
By the way: the other explanations say:
- Open the Software Manager
The only application remaining after typing “Software Manager” in the “activities” is the software
updater. But it just says that my software is up to date.
Any hint welcome.