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Question Upgrading Breezy to Dapper

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Has anyone upgraded their server from breezy to dapper?
Looking to see if there is any extra configuration needed or is it as simple as changing the sources to dapper repos and doing dist-upgrade all without breaking ISPConfig?

Thanks for any help!

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I guess it will not break ISPConfig but it might break your postfix / named and apache configuration. You might have to reconfigure these deamons after the upgrade according to the perfect setup guides. Also make a backup of all your config files in /etc/ as you might need to restore some of them after the upgrade.
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Thanks till for your quick reply, I think I might leave off upgrading to dapper for a while... if it aint broke...
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Thanks till for your quick reply, I think I might leave off upgrading to dapper for a while... if it aint broke...
In my opinion thats a wise decision As long as there are security fixes for dapper and you dont need a newer application that is not available for dapper, upgrading is a unnesessary risk.
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