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pebblemedia

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I'm looking at upgrading from 7.0.2 to 7.1.0 and the only instructions I can find are for a new installation. Is there a way to just upgrade? Will running

sudo dpkg -i kerio-connect-7.1.0-1792-linux.deb


overwrite my existing mailserver.cfg and users.cfg?

Does anyone have a good method for upgrading on Debian/Ubuntu?
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jfucci

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pebblemedia wrote on Tue, 03 August 2010 15:44
I'm looking at upgrading from 7.0.2 to 7.1.0 and the only instructions I can find are for a new installation. Is there a way to just upgrade? Will running

sudo dpkg -i kerio-connect-7.1.0-1792-linux.deb


overwrite my existing mailserver.cfg and users.cfg?

Does anyone have a good method for upgrading on Debian/Ubuntu?


Using dpkg -i will do an upgrade. I have just done it myself with no problems. But as usual for any upgrade, make sure you have good backups.
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bmdv

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The Mailserver configs are not touched with dpkg -i - but any self edited config file e.g. from Spamassassin will be overwriten

[Updated on: Wed, 04 August 2010 09:35]

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pebblemedia

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jfucci, techt,

Thanks for the responses. I eventually found time in my schedule to do the update and it worked fine.
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