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Old 18th July 2006, 16:25
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Default Question on upgrade to 2.2.5

I have began to install the upgrade per the instruction in the email announcement. Is it supposed to be asking me for the certificate questions and such since this is an upgrade? I am a little concerned that my existing ispconfig installation is being completely rewritten...
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Old 18th July 2006, 16:35
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I have began to install the upgrade per the instruction in the email announcement. Is it supposed to be asking me for the certificate questions and such since this is an upgrade? I am a little concerned that my existing ispconfig installation is being completely rewritten...
Dont worry, the update script always asks for the certificate information.
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Dont worry, the update script always asks for the certificate information.
Whew!!! Thank you till...
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Default Patch from 2.2.4 to 2.2.5 ?

Hi,

I have just installed ISPConfig 2.2.4, and I don't want to spend 40 other minutes reinstalling , I want to khow if there is a manual pach to apply on 2.2.4 as th problem is only in one function

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Hi,

I have just installed ISPConfig 2.2.4, and I don't want to spend 40 other minutes reinstalling , I want to khow if there is a manual pach to apply on 2.2.4 as th problem is only in one function

Tnx, and keep going
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http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...?t=5580&page=3
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I'm mentally preparing to update my ISPConfig install to 2.2.5 but I have another question.

One of the changes for 2.2.4 is that the document root now is aligned with the distro used. I remember that I had to use the "expert" mode in the initial install only to change thisfrom /home/www to /var/www (I'm an Ubuntu user). So, will I have to select the "expert" mode for the update or will it automatically pick up on this?
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I'm mentally preparing to update my ISPConfig install to 2.2.5 but I have another question.

One of the changes for 2.2.4 is that the document root now is aligned with the distro used. I remember that I had to use the "expert" mode in the initial install only to change thisfrom /home/www to /var/www (I'm an Ubuntu user). So, will I have to select the "expert" mode for the update or will it automatically pick up on this?
You can not select any mode when you update, the updates reads the settings of the previous install automatically.

You only ahve to accept the license and then later enter the details for the SSL certificate.
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You can not select any mode when you update, the updates reads the settings of the previous install automatically.

You only ahve to accept the license and then later enter the details for the SSL certificate.
Excellent! And since I've done the other stuff that's recommended (backup wise) I guess that I'll start the update in a little bit

Which prompts a new, related question: what's the update process going to look like (or what are your plans) for updatinmg to version 3.x? Are you plannig on keeping it as user friendly or will it be a reinstall?
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Which prompts a new, related question: what's the update process going to look like (or what are your plans) for updatinmg to version 3.x? Are you plannig on keeping it as user friendly or will it be a reinstall?
That's far in the future so I wouldn't worry about it now...
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