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Title: Upgrading from version .XXX to .YYY
Post by: archived on September 10, 2005, 09:02:35 pm
Hi,

As you guys are going so fast to publish a new release (once a week  :shock: ), and I will want to be able to install EVERY little new detail to my system  :wink:, but without having to do all the setup process, I was wondering if you had a procedure to upgrade, lets say from vs .28 to .29 (for example).
Sorry if this is already in another post or in the help ...
cheers,

Jeff
Title: Re: Upgrading from version .XXX to .YYY
Post by: archived on September 11, 2005, 11:02:17 am
Hi,

Pluto automatically updates itself when you reboot the Core...if there is a new version or any patches then they are automatically installed.

Cheers

Andrew

Quote from: "jayf"
Hi,

As you guys are going so fast to publish a new release (once a week  :shock: ), and I will want to be able to install EVERY little new detail to my system  :wink:, but without having to do all the setup process, I was wondering if you had a procedure to upgrade, lets say from vs .28 to .29 (for example).
Sorry if this is already in another post or in the help ...
cheers,

Jeff
Title: waooo ...
Post by: archived on September 11, 2005, 08:51:26 pm
tx very much ...
jeff