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Which version to install?

 
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I am a n00b (as far as JForum is concerned) and would like to install it on a production website. Which version should I install?

I seems to me that 2.1.4 is the designed winner in this case but I've heard (read) about security issues and lotsa bugs... I guess I'm just being influenced by an anonymous post, but hey...

Thanks in advance.
[originally posted on jforum.net by pieroxy]
 
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Well, there are a lot of people running 2.1.4. As any software, it has its bugs.

If you are able to get the latest version from cvs, it will be the best version to use.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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