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We have a rule that we don't support Ubuntu versions that are no longer supported by Canonical. However, there is no rule about software from other sources. And I really think there shouldn't be such a rule. First of all, many tools simply don't have newer versions. So you have no choice but to try and use an older one. And yes, while some of those might ...


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In my honest opinion we should still support questions specific to currently supported release but asking for a software that ain't supported anymore. For example, Java 9 and 10 have reached their end of public support (Reference: Java version history - Wikipedia). But still we got a question about installing Java 9 on June 23, 2019. Some people indeed love ...


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The first bit a really neat idea, but the only thing you can do is to lead by example and post it under all questions that need it and other people will pick it up because there is no way to force people to do anything. I would tell OPs to edit instead of not using comments, so I shamelessly stole the first bit and put it in my canned comments like this: ...


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