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The Thread: What is the deal here? by SquidProxy

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bdraco, Sep 3, 2001.

  1. bdraco

    bdraco Guest

    I've deleted the thread in hopes that it can be started over again in a more amicable way. I'm sorry if I've been quite a bit curt, however a few people's post really rubbed me the wrong way.



    [Edited on 9/3/01 by bdraco]
     
  2. tabernack

    tabernack Well-Known Member

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    Understandable Nick!

    Now let\'s get to work on that phpmyadmin problem LOL :)
     
  3. bdraco

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    [quote:633421187d]Understandable Nick!

    Now let\'s get to work on that phpmyadmin problem LOL :) [/quote:633421187d]

    Its fixed in beta build 66.. and stable build 67
     
  4. pfmartin

    pfmartin Well-Known Member

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    I am not sure what this means. it\'s fixed in version xxx. What do I do to upgrade to this version?? What\'s the procedure? Is there some way we can get a FAQ up that says \"When someone says to upgrade, they mean do this...\" Or something like that? That would be super helpful!!
     
  5. bdraco

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    [quote:ab11c13078]I am not sure what this means. it\'s fixed in version xxx. What do I do to upgrade to this version?? What\'s the procedure? Is there some way we can get a FAQ up that says \"When someone says to upgrade, they mean do this...\" Or something like that? That would be super helpful!! [/quote:ab11c13078]

    You can upgrade in your WHM under cpanel upgrade.
     
  6. Timothy

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    To update, just login to your WHM and click \"Upgrade to Current Version\" in the Cpanel 3 section near the bottom.
     
  7. pfmartin

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    Under CPanel3 in the WHM I selected \"Upgrade to Latest Version\". It printed lots of output of RPM\'s it was checking and so on.

    It ended with this:

    ==> Checking to see if you have the latest version.....Compare: Cpanel-4.0.0-STABLE_67-Linux-i686-glibc-2.1.3-16mdk != Cpanel-4.0.0-STABLE_65-Linux-i686-glibc-2.1.3-16mdk
    Nope! You have 4.0.0-STABLE_65
    ==> Fetching the main installation program; please be patient...done.
    ==> Cleaning up temporary files...done.
    ==> Running installer...
    ==> Verifying archive integrity...OK
    ==> Uncompressing Cpanel-4.0.0-STABLE_67...................................




    Thing is that I still cannot login to phpMyAdmin. What else do I try??
     
  8. pfmartin

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    Well, looks like I reacted too quickly. After restarting the browser, everything works as advertised. Thanks!!
     
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