Tutorial Tag

Update

  1. How To update and upgrade Arch Linux

    By Yang Li tagged in Arch Linux,pacman,Update,upgrade
     I've started using Arch Linux for a few weeks now, and I've installed it on my BIP media VPS (Virtual Private Server). I must say I really like it. I'm posting some tips about Arch Linux if you want to give it a try.Arch (Like Gentoo) is a rolling release, unlike Debian or Ubuntu, where from time to time you get a new fresh release, and you have to upgrade it.In Arch Linux the packages are constantly being updated, so to get...
  2. How to update Joomla! 2.5 to the current version (3.4.x)

    Introduction to Joomla Support for Joomla Version 2.5 ended at version 2.5.28 on December 31, 2014. It is vitally important for you to upgrade your older Joomla! 2.5 site to the current version of Joomla! (Version 3.4.8) to ensure that your site stays secure and its add-ons remain compatible. Joomla! 3.x is a totally re-written script that streamlined the core code so it would run more efficiently, provide fewer opportunities for hackers and web bots to attack sites and greatly enhance native Joomla! features such as permissions and groups, mobile...
  3. How to Update CodeIgniter 2.x to 3.x

    Update CodeIgniter.. CodeIgniter is a powerful PHP framework with a very small footprint, built for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications.1: Overwrite SDK files You need the updated CodeIgniter files from the system/ directory. To do so, you can't simply copy/paste the folder. You will need to remove it (it would be a good idea to first do a backup just in case) and then copy the new one to the same destination.2: Update Classes Names For this step all you have to do is to rename the CodeIgniter files...
  4. How To Update Your Apache Module From Source Code

    Introduction Are you using Apache as a web server? Of course you are. In fact, most of the world also uses it. It's one of the most popular web servers on the planet. It's very flexibly and allows you to add lots of modules to customize it to your needs.Sometimes you need to upgrade one of those modules due to new features, bugs in the older versions, performance issues and so on. The repository's you've chosen for your Linux distribution does not always have...