It depends on which beta, but you’re really best off letting it generate you
a new config file and importing your site configuration into it. Things
have indeed changed between each of the betas and the release. You should
always make a backup of your installation before attempting an upgrade.
Hope this helps,
jesseOn Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 11:51:15AM +0200, Harald Wagener wrote:
How do I upgrade from one of the 2.0-Betas to 2.0 proper?
Does editing the Makefile and ‘make upgrade’ suffice?
should I make a backup of my config.pm?
can I use the backup of my config.pm instead of editing the new one, i.e.
is the contents of config.pm subject to change in the 2.0.x series?
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