[EP-tech] Re: Upgrade from 3.2.8 to 3.3.8 the APT way
Dr David Tarrant
davetaz at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Tue Mar 6 14:31:40 GMT 2012
you probably have http://deb.eprints.org/3.2 stable/ in you apt sources file.
you can either remove the 3.2 bit or make it 3.3.
More info is available via the eprints.org software page.
Basically this is done such that people can decide when to upgrade and not us, removing the 3.2 from the line above means you upgrade to whatever the latest stable version is, but that will automatically take you from 3.2 to 3.3 to 3.4 and eventually 4.0, whereas keeping a version there like 3.2 means you keep getting the bug fixes for that release.
On 6 Mar 2012, at 14:27, <orehmann at hsr.ch> wrote:
> I am running a eprints (3.2.8) installation on a Ubuntu 10.04 LTS system.
> I just did a
> # apt-get update
> # apt-get dist-upgrade
> # su - eprints
> # ./bin/epadmin upgrade <archive-id>
> Everything is fine so far. I thought that this would upgrade my eprints 3.2.8 to 3.3.8 as well but found that eprints
> seems to have upgraded to 3.2.9 only. ("eprints" was in the list of updates suggested by apt-get)
> Now my question is:
> - How do I upgrade an existing eprints 3.2.x installation to the latest version (3.3.8) by using apt-get.
> - I do not want to extract tarballs or move away from the APT path which works fine so far.
> - My system has some minor customization which I think I could handle.
> So is there a way to bring a 3.2.x system to the most recent released version?
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