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Downgrade cPanel to Previous Version?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sparek-3, Nov 23, 2013.

  1. sparek-3

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    Is it possible to downgrade cPanel? Go from 11.40 to 11.38? Or from Release to Stable branches?
     
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    Yea. Didn't figure there was.

    I don't suppose there's anyway to uninstall cPanel so a different version can be installed? The server has no accounts on it, the provisioning team just installed the wrong version of cPanel.
     
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    The easiest way to go in that case is to reload it.
     
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    Pardon me for asking, but why wouldn't you want to be on 11.40?
     
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    I prefer staying on older and more mature platforms. 11.40 is still "developing" meaning that there's this new feature, then this new feature, woops that breaks that feature. Update, update, update.

    I'm not meaning to be negative of the development process, it has to happen. You have to find the problems in order to fix the problems.

    But by the same token, why do you allow 11.36 and 11.38 to still be available and supported through LTS releases, if you don't expect people to use them?

    I would rather have a stable product over a feature rich product, but that's just me.

    (One of these days I will upgrade to 11.40 and I will be forever grateful to all of the good folks that tried it, tested it, found bugs, and fixed the bugs).
     
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