Upgrade to 1.6

Discussion in 'General' started by kspare, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. kspare

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    When will we be able to upgrade to 1.6 from 1.5.2?
     
  2. rafael

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    At the moment we are doing some testings. When ready we would tell you.

    regards,

    rafael
     
  3. kspare

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    I just saw your post in the beta testers, i'll start testing later today.
     
  4. DaveD

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    I just tested the upgrade method to 1.6-12 on 3 boxes, happy to report so far no major problems are showing up and that was with Freepbx 2.6 installed
     
  5. adopilot

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    Are there any news regarding to upgrade to 1.6
    And what will be proper way to do that,
    Will be enough just to call
    Code:
    yum upgrade all
     
  6. Kevin

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    Any update to upgrade from 1.5.2 to 1.6?
     
  7. virusbcn

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    Hello, i make this but it don't upgrade ¿?? any news ???
     
  8. virusbcn

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    I'm answer to me :p

    In /etc/yum.repos.d/ i edit the elastix.repo and change all "1" for "1.6", make "yum clean all" and "yum upgrade"
    After the elastix upgrade to 1.6 i go to "unembedded Free PBX" and install "upgrade to 1.6" and follow the instructions, i upgrade FreePBX to 2.6 too.

    And this is all, folks !!! :p
     
  9. kspare

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    I've been doing it as follows:
    yum clean all
    yum upgrade --exclude=freePBX
    after a reboot I do tum reinstall asterisk* kernel* wan*
    And then upgrade freepbx.

    Works great!
     

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