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This category is for walkthrough articles specific to upgrading from one version to another.  These articles might well also be categorized in the HOWTO category, but that's broader than this one is.
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This category is for walkthrough articles specific to upgrading from one version to another as well as for articles noting any problems experienced during upgrades.  These articles might well also be categorized in the HOWTO category, but that's broader than this one is.
  
If you create an article, please title it "Upgrading from XXX to 0.19 on SUSE 9.3 from source -- username", modifying the source version, operating system, and method of installation as appropriate, of course.
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If you create an article, please title it "Upgrading from XXX to 0.21 on SUSE 9.3 from source -- username", modifying the source version, operating system, and method of installation as appropriate, of course.  Put a Category:Upgrading tag at the bottom; check one of the other articles for the syntax.
  
And if you're doing any upgrade ever, please remember to backup your database beforehand, and run mythsetup afterwards (before starting your backend or any frontends).
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And if you're doing any upgrade ever, '''please remember to backup your database beforehand, and run mythsetup afterwards''' (before starting your backend or any frontends).
  
[[Category:Knowledge Base]]
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[[Category:HOWTO]]

Latest revision as of 20:25, 9 March 2008

This category is for walkthrough articles specific to upgrading from one version to another as well as for articles noting any problems experienced during upgrades. These articles might well also be categorized in the HOWTO category, but that's broader than this one is.

If you create an article, please title it "Upgrading from XXX to 0.21 on SUSE 9.3 from source -- username", modifying the source version, operating system, and method of installation as appropriate, of course. Put a Category:Upgrading tag at the bottom; check one of the other articles for the syntax.

And if you're doing any upgrade ever, please remember to backup your database beforehand, and run mythsetup afterwards (before starting your backend or any frontends).