[Pidgin] MSNCertIssue modified

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Diff URL: <https://developer.pidgin.im/wiki/MSNCertIssue?action=diff&version=11>
Revision 11
Comment: Comment out upgrade instructions, temporarily.
Index: MSNCertIssue
--- MSNCertIssue (version: 10)
+++ MSNCertIssue (version: 11)
@@ -16,14 +16,16 @@
 = How Do I Fix It? =
 == Upgrade to Pidgin 2.10.7 or newer ==
-'''Note:''' ''Pidgin 2.10.7 has not yet been released, but you should follow these instructions when that happens.''
+'''Note:''' ''Pidgin 2.10.7 has not yet been released, but you should upgrade when that happens.''
 In Pidgin 2.10.7, we will began distributing the additional root certificates that the MSN's servers are  using.
 === I upgraded but it's still broken! ===
 Did you restart Pidgin after you installed the new version?  If not, do so.
 If you did restart Pidgin, the reason is probably that you built the new version of Pidgin yourself.  You also probably neglected to remove the copy of Pidgin you installed through your package manager.  Try running `ldconfig` as root (`sudo ldconfig` or similar).  If that doesn't work, you can remove the packaged version of libpurple (`libpurple0` on Debian and Ubuntu systems; it will have different names elsewhere) and try `ldconfig` again.  Ideally, however, you should install a packaged version of Pidgin, as you won't have to compile it and you won't have to play with `ldconfig` or removing packages to make it work.
 == If upgrading is not possible ==
 If you can't upgrade to Pidgin 2.10.7 or newer, then here's how to partially fix the problem.

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