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From: Javier Arantegui <arante@te...> - 2005-10-19 11:19:28
El Mi=E9rcoles, 19 de Octubre de 2005 12:35, Damian Parker escribi=F3:
> the TikiWiki security team is pleased to announce the release of TikiWiki
> 18.104.22.168 !
What about the upgrade process? Where can I find an step-by-step guide to=20
update from 1.9.1?
Thanks in advance,
Dept. Tecnologia de Alimentos / Dept. of Food Technology
Universitat de Lleida / University of Lleida (Spain)
Tel. +34 973702595
=46ax +34 973702596
IM: Jabber - javier.arantegui (AT) jabberes.org
On Wed, Oct 19, 2005 at 01:08:14PM +0200, Javier Arantegui wrote:
> El Mi?rcoles, 19 de Octubre de 2005 12:35, Damian Parker escribi?:
> > the TikiWiki security team is pleased to announce the release of TikiWiki
> > 22.214.171.124 !
> What about the upgrade process? Where can I find an step-by-step guide to
> update from 1.9.1?
Same procedure as always:
From 1.9.1 to 126.96.36.199 is the same except no database upgrade to
do, although running 1.8to1.9.sql + 1.9to1.9.1.sql wont hurt anyway.
Remember to make sure you have a .htaccess or your Apache
virtualhost entry has the correct FilesMatch / DirectoryMatch
filters to prevent access to directories such as temp/ and
temp/cache/, backups/ etc These are shown through the links in the latest security
article on tikiwiki.org.