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- Joined: Mon Apr 05, 2004 5:27 pm
I apologize for my newbie-type question here..but...how do you do this?
Alternatively, OJS 2.0.1 and later provide a command-line tool to automatically
download and apply the appropriate patch to upgrade to the latest release. To
use this tool run the following command from your OJS directory:
$ php tools/upgrade.php patch
I have ojs 2.0.1 and want to upgrade to the newest version. How do I run this? Do I go to http://www.mywebsite.com/$
php tools/upgrade.php patch
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The upgrade tool needs to be run from a secure shell or telnet session; you can't use this upgrade method over the web. If you don't have secure shell or telnet access, you'll need to follow another of the upgrade methods.
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