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stargazer 30th June 2007 06:35

How do I tell the version of a current install of ISPConfig
 
I installed ISPConfig a couple of years ago, I believe, and I want to create a test box to see what will happen when I do an update (Debian Sarge to Debian Etch, ISPConfig v??? to whatever is stable now).

Also, is there an archive of old versions of ISPConfig?

Thanks,

Rod

till 30th June 2007 18:31

You find the version number in ISPconfig uder Tools > Software version.

You will find all ISPConfig versions at sourceforge.

stargazer 15th November 2007 09:21

Thanks
 
I was actually looking for a programmatic way to find it, but you helped a lot as I was able to find the version number with grep. The version I have will find it via:

grep 'server.*version' /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/config.inc.php

Thanks for the help. The project I was working on had to take a hiatus for a few months, but I'm back on it again. Again, thanks for the response. I actually had looked in there, but as a reseller, not as admin (I rarely go in as admin).


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