1) Backup your wallet.dat in .zcash folder
cd /.zcash (go to zcash folder)
ls -la (list all hidden files, folder)
cp /.zcash/wallet.dat /home/YOUR-USER-NAME/backup (copy wallet.dat)
2) Download zcash binary from website:
cd /home/YOUR-USER-NAME/download (go to download folder)
wget https://apt.z.cash/pool/main/z/zcash/zcash-2.0.0-amd64.deb (download file)
( or get newest name of packet at https://apt.z.cash/pool/main/z/zcash/)
3) Stop zcash client and install new package:
sudo dpkg -i /home/YOUR-USER_NAME/download/zcash-2.0.0-amd64.deb
4) Restart zcash client:
zcashd -daemon (for running in background) — or:
zcashd (for running as active app)
5) To check status:
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Misunderstanding 2: Older Nikon cameras may not auto-focus reliably with a lens having a maximum aperture smaller than f/5.6. That may sound bad, if you assume that it means the camera will not auto-focus reliably when the aperture is closed down to f/5.6. That is not what Nikon is saying! Instead they are telling us that auto-focus may not work reliably on older Nikon cameras with a lens having a maximum aperture of f/5.6, with the emphasis on the word maximum.