Commit 6f9867a6 authored by Javier Jardón's avatar Javier Jardón

Use 3.2/3.4 installation section

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<sect1 id="rninstallation">
<title>Installing GNOME</title>
<title>Getting GNOME &gnomeversion;</title>
<para>
You can try out GNOME &gnomeversion; with GNOME Live Media, which contains all of the software
included in GNOME &gnomeversion; in a virtual machine. Using virtual images, you can try out the latest
GNOME in QEMU, KVM, Virtualbox or VMWare.
GNOME Live Media can be downloaded from the GNOME
<ulink url="http://torrent.gnome.org/">BitTorrent site</ulink>.
To install or upgrade your machine to GNOME &gnomeversion;, we recommend you
install the official packages provided by your vendor or distribution.
Popular distributions will make GNOME &gnomeversion; available very soon, and
some already have development versions with GNOME &gnomeversion; available.
</para>
<para>
To install or upgrade your machine to GNOME &gnomeversion;, we recommend you install
official packages from your vendor or distribution. Popular distributions
will make GNOME &gnomeversion; available very soon, and some already have
development versions with GNOME &gnomeversion; available.
If you want to try out GNOME, download one of our live images. These are
available on our <ulink url="http://www.gnome.org/getting-gnome/">Getting
GNOME</ulink> page.
</para>
<para>
If you are brave and patient, and would like to build GNOME from source,
we recommend you use <ulink
url="http://library.gnome.org/devel/jhbuild/">JHBuild</ulink>, which is
designed to build the latest GNOME from Git. You can use JHBuild to build
GNOME &gnomeversion;.x by using the <filename>gnome-&gnomeversion;</filename> moduleset.
If you are brave and patient, and would like to build GNOME from source, we
recommend you use <ulink
url="http://library.gnome.org/devel/jhbuild/">JHBuild</ulink>, which is
designed to build the latest GNOME from Git. You can use JHBuild to build
GNOME &gnomeversion;.x by using the <filename>gnome-&gnomeversion;</filename>
moduleset.
</para>
</sect1>
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