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Old 07-07-2005, 04:27 AM   #1
mayve
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upgrade twig-2.7.7 to twig-2.8.3


Hello ..

I am new to linux. The server here have no GUI, so have to know commandlines. I would like to ask how can i upgrade Twig-2.7.7 to Twig-2.8.3. Already checked informationgateway site and the instructions on the package itself, but i cannot understand how is it.

- ensure that no one is on the system
- BACKUP your data and TWIG installations
- apply the db changes as found in setup/upgrade/twig.table-upgrade.xxx
- install the new TWIG code base
- update the new configuration files as required

what does " install the new TWIG code base" means? i can digs the rest of the instructions ... only these..

if anyone knew the step-by-step procedure, or any site that could help.
please let me know ... thanks so much in advance.
 
  


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