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Updating on Suse 9.0

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by mceigl, Dec 9, 2004.

  1. mceigl

    mceigl Guest

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    Hi!

    Any ideas?

    How can I update from 7.1.5 to 7.5 on Suse 9.0 ?
    The strongly recommended autoinstaller is not able
    to support any system below the mentioned version... :-(

    I don't want to update to 9.1 because the existing problems
    with apache2 + php 4.3.4 and some other stuff....

    thanks 4 help.
     
  2. leobag

    leobag Guest

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    any update on this? Is SUSE 9.0 ever going to be supported?
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  3. mceigl

    mceigl Guest

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    plesk 7.5 on suse 9.0

    the technical support told me, that currently
    therre is no release date for plesk 7.5 on suse 9.0

    in addition to that i made the mistake to upgrade my
    key to 7.5 before installing.

    re-installing the plesk 7 key ended up in a lost
    appilcation vault licence, but cost-free added
    dr. web licence.

    swsoft was not able to downgrade my 7.5 key, so
    they had to generate a new 7 key for me, although the
    old one was working. funny.
     
  4. leobag

    leobag Guest

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    Well that really sux. So what are you gonna do? Stick with SuSE 9.0 and Plesk 7.1.x?
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  5. mceigl

    mceigl Guest

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    well, i have to... i tried suse 9.1 before and had massive
    problems with apache 2.x and php >= 4.3.4

    so i started reinstall with 9.0 and php 4.3.3 ..
     
  6. leobag

    leobag Guest

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    Were/Are your problems a known issue? Do you think the same will result on all 9.1 upgrades? What types of problems were you having? Do you think updating Apache and/or PHP will help?
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  7. mceigl

    mceigl Guest

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    no, actually I think a good solution would be to upgrade
    to suse 9.1 and downgrade to apache 2.x and php 4.3.3
    again. but I first I have to setup a local workaround to
    test the complete process...

    maybe next weekend...

    if you have time to check this out, please send me your
    experiences.
     
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