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upgrade path from 1.0 build 290 to 1.2.1

I am running 1.0 build 290, I want to upgrade to the lastest version, two questions: 1. can I upgrade straight to 1.2.1? Do we still have to run the uninstall.sh script before upgrading?

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Bill Riggs
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Re: upgrade path from 1.0 build 290 to 1.2.1

briggs;2161607 wrote:
I am running 1.0 build 290, I want to upgrade to the lastest version, two questions: 1. can I upgrade straight to 1.2.1? Do we still have to run the uninstall.sh script before upgrading?

tnx

Bill Riggs


1: Yes
2: I have never needed nor heard of that one should run uninstall.sh before upgrading, from where did you get this information?

Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack 1.2.1

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Re: upgrade path from 1.0 build 290 to 1.2.1

briggs wrote:

> Do we still have
> to run the uninstall.sh script before upgrading?


I agree with Thomas. It's never been best practice to run the
uninstall script before upgrading. That's only used if you, well, want
to uninstall the product.

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Re: upgrade path from 1.0 build 290 to 1.2.1

I have been doing that since ther early beta days, seem to help with the upgrades. I have not upgraded in a while (if it ain't broke, don't fix it). Good to know I don't have to go thru all the other upgrades first. Thank you.

bill
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