Article ID: 2331, created on Oct 29, 2007, last review on Apr 18, 2012

  • Applies to:
  • Pro Control Panel Linux

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Knowledge ID 1063
Product : WEBppliance for Linux
Version : 3.5.20
Topic : Notifications

Title
WEBppliance Pro for Linux 3.5.20 (LS) (text-based Installer)

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WEBppliance Pro for Linux 3.5.20 (LS) (text-based Installer)

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WEBppliance Pro for Linux 3.5.20 (LS) (text-based Installer)

For a list of all the resolved issues in this release please refer to the Release Notes.

Compatibility 

You can upgrade to WEBppliance Pro for Linux 3.5.20 (LS) from any of the following versions of WEBppliance:

  • WEBppliance for Linux 3.0.0-56 or higher

  • WEBppliance for Linux 3.0.2-56 or higher

  • WEBppliance for Linux 3.0.4-7 or higher

  • WEBppliance for Linux 3.1.0-27 or higher

  • WEBppliance for Linux 3.1.1 or higher

  • WEBppliance Pro for Linux 3.5.0 or higher

  • WEBppliance Basic for Linux

  • A lower capacity WEBppliance Pro license

You can upgrade to WEBppliance Basic for Linux 3.5.20 (LS) from WEBppliance Basic for Linux 3.5.0 or higher.

Installation instructions

First please refer to the "Installer for Advanced Users" at http://download.pro.parallels.com/support/wpls/index.html which covers the available command line arguments for the LWPInstaller_text.sh script.

Download Location:
http://download.swsoft.com/ensim/download/webppliance/linux/Pro/3.5.20/

To install/upgrade WEBppliance, follow the instructions below:
1. Download the file LWPInstaller_txt.sh
2. Run the following command
    # sh ./LWPInstaller_txt.sh -- --cdrom=n --email=user@domain

Please note: -- is required before specifying any other parameters

The install script verifies the current installation of WEBppliance to ensure that it complies according to the requirements and then upgrades the required RPMs (requires root access).

This install script will restart webppliance services automatically.

NOTE: If you are upgrading from an earler version of WEBppliance, you may need to delete some older RPMS still stored on your system. Run the following commands:

  • rm -f /tmp/oem/extrarpms/*.rpm   
  • rm -f /var/cache/apt/archives/*.rpm
     

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