how to upgrade to v1RC

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  1. zenny

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    Could I just execute 'yum update -y' to update to 1.0RC from 1.0.9b2?

    And to upgrade FreePBX, do I follow the FreePBX upgrade guide or there is specific Elastix-way?

    Thanks!
     
  2. bmacias

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    Hello,

    The elastix 1.0RC yum repository will be activated tomorrow :)<br><br>Post edited by: admin, at: 2008/03/28 16:12
     
  3. nothings_found

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    Heh, I upgraded to 1.0-RC1 today when I got home it was pretty smooth, Just make sure you don't update freePBX is you are already running version 2.4.X

    You can do this by editing the yum.repo file and adding it to the exclude this.

    Like this:

    exclude=elastix-mysqldbdata freePBX*

    Hope It works for you.

    EDIT: Oh and you will need to enable the beta repo in the repo file.

    :p<br><br>Post edited by: nothings_found, at: 2008/03/29 13:14
     
  4. pbxdude27

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    the actual one i have is:
    [elastix]
    name=Elastix RPM Repository for CentOS
    baseurl=http://repo.elastix.org/centos/$releasever/updates/RPMS/
    gpgcheck=0
    enabled=1
    exclude=elastix-mysqldbdata

    [elastix-beta]
    name=Elastix-Beta RPM Repository for CentOS
    baseurl=http://repo.elastix.org/centos/$releasever/updates/beta/RPMS/
    gpgcheck=0
    enabled=0
    exclude=elastix-mysqldbdata



    How will the system will know how to download the lastet V1RC? do i need to change anything here to get V1RC?

    By the way this a fresh centos 5 install and i just wnat to make sure that it will download v1RC and not 0.9.2


    Thanks
     
  5. bmacias

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    Hello, you can look the menu in elastix:

    System->Update->Repositorires

    This menu you can change the repositories for yum.
     

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