Upgrading from 1.2.1 to 1.4.4

markus reichelt ml at mareichelt.de
Wed May 10 23:39:45 CEST 2006

* Johan Wevers <johanw at vulcan.xs4all.nl> wrote:

> David Shaw wrote:
> >There should be no special steps to take.  Aside from the obvious
> >steps of making a backup and testing that your environment still
> >does what you want it to do, you can just install 1.4.3 on top of
> >1.2.1.
> The OP doesn't state what system he uses, but on Linux I have a
> /synlink usr/local/lib/gnupg which currently points to
> //usr/local/lib/gnupg-143. If you set it up like this you canjust
> rename the directory where 1.2.1 resides, and chenging back is just
> renaming one symlink.

What about the executable(s)? Language files? I use that kind of
approach too, but not with gnupg. One has to know in detail where
stuff is installed etc. Not recommended for ordinary users.

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