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Upgrades never end.

Posted 01-30-2011 at 01:52 AM by peonuser

You have to keep up with the Jones with software. This is especially true with server upgrades. Upgraded Wordpress and that was pretty much a snap. Ledgersmb does not work any more because of php issues, but then I never really used it. Probably have to replace with Sql-ledger. One of the reasons for getting phppgadmin working. Moodle needs to be upgraded. Have a lot of classes installed in it. Have to backup the data. Want to start using Drupal, may just tank the existing 6.x install and go for Drupal 7. Sure there are other apps to upgrade for security purposes if nothing else. Since the real world does not see the server and all the existing users are under my control (aka family), there is not such a hurry.

Recently, I upgraded the php code in the apps I created, so they still work fine for the time being. Really want to get back into coding even though I am an amateur at this point with web languages. They seem to change every other day anyway. Home automation will be a big part of that. Also too we want to use applications that are web based and away from the traditional on your computer programs. That means more flexibility for hardware, so there is less hardware specific support for particular applications. It does not run on or it is not installed on <name your platform> issues no longer exist. You can access web apps from anywhere connected.
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