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[[NASPA Zyzzyva 3.2.4|NASPA Zyzzvya Release 3.2.4]] is now available for [[NASPA Zyzzyva Download|download]] for NASPA members.
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This page describes how to install NASPA Zyzzyva on Linux for NASPA members.  
If you are not a NASPA member, please download
 
[https://www.collinsdictionary.com/scrabble/scrabble-tools/ Collins Zyzzyva] instead.
 
 
   
 
   
 
== Minimum Version Numbers for Common Linux Distributions ==
 
== Minimum Version Numbers for Common Linux Distributions ==
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For general changes since the previous release (3.2.1), please see the  
 
For general changes since the previous release (3.2.1), please see the  
[[NASPA Zyzzyva 3.2.4|release page]].
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[[Media:Zyz323New.pdf|What's New notes]].
 
 
Please use the Zyzzyva Facebook group or the naspa-zyzzyva Yahoo! Group to report issues and to communicate with other users and the author.
 

Latest revision as of 15:33, 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.