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Testing firmware 3.6.90 - Do not install, use the stable version instead.

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There is a firmware version 3.6.90 currently available as testing. However, this update has nothing of user value. We are currently testing a newer linux kernel (as the one we have has some nasty bugs)

However, this new linux kernel exposes a old bug that has been popping up occasionally. But with a much higher frequency. The main problem is that your printer stops printing if this bug happens. We are currently using this testing version internally to diagnose the problem, but that means the testing version has stability problems.

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Maybe there should be a more general feedback to users, since I hardly believe that users come here daily unless they have an issue.

So maybe adding a text explaining to what they are updating might be helpful if the testing beta is know to have serious problems.

There's room on the screen for a minimal txt, and scroll to add more lines, the um3 even can show png on the screen, so...

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@neotko Maybe we could do that but we've recently created an internal version that is only available here... So I would expect the testing version to become a bit more stable in the future.

As currently we pushed a release to testing when it needed to be installed on multiple machines in the office ;)

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