2012/9/26 Pat Clark <weedbane@internode.on.net>
On 09/26/2012 04:07 AM, doug wrote:
> I'm not sure I fully understand.
> What is the recommended procedure for upgrading from 3.4.0
> to 3.4.1? -
> (1) Make a 3.4.0 gpkg only as a last-ditch protection
> against contingencies
> (2) Otherwise open the 3.4.0 family tree directly in 3.4.1
> (3) Make the backups as 3.4.1 gpkgs from there
> Doug
That's what I did, and it worked for me.

Yes, and it is the correct approach. Do contingency planning. Because of the law of Murphy, if you do that, then opening the old family tree will not cause problems. Should you not have done the backup, only then will you have problems and need the backups :-)


I run linux so I upgraded using the .deb file.
But I don't see why it shouldn't work when upgrading a windows system.


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