|Subject:||Re: [Health] How to upgrade from 3.4 to latest GNU Health Embedded|
|Date:||Sun, 24 Nov 2019 18:51:46 +0100|
Am Sonntag, 24. November 2019, 17:45:03 CET schrieb ronald munjoma:
> I will be very grateful if you point me where to find clear instructions on
> how to upgrade GNU Health 3.4 to the latest version. I have just
> downloaded and installed GNU Health Embedded on a Raspberry Pi.
In addition to what Luis wrote - where did you download it.
I just found that the link in
gives a 404 error.
> I have navigated to /usr/shares/packages/gnuhealth
In an installation from openSUSE packages, this directory is not used....
> in the upgrades folder there is only up to 3.4
> trying to run gnuhealth-control upgrade is throwing an unrecognized command
What is the error message?
> Alternatively is there an updated Raspberry image?
Not from my end yet, sorry.
Please note that Leap 15.1 will not receive an update to GNU Health 3.6 via the update repository. Focus of Leap is on stability, so an upgrade of a major release may bring unexpected side effects.
But you can update a Leap 15.1 system as follows:
1) Include the GNU Health 3.6 repo for the Raspi:
2) update repositories
3) update GNU Health
zypper dup --from gh36
Follow the upgrade instructions in /usr/share/doc/packages/gnuhealth/upgrade
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