ZhangHuangbin wrote: essdz wrote:
- Should I upgrade any of the packages? If so, what's the best procedure for doing that?
If you use Red Hat/CentOS, 'yum update' will update all packages for you. If Debian/Ubuntu, use 'apt-get update && apt-get upgrade'.
I think it would be helpful to include the above in the tutorial page, since it was not entirely obvious!
But...I'm still having trouble. I'm on Debian 5.0 and I did the usual apt-get steps you listed above, but I'm not seeing any new packages. For example, Dovecot 1.1.13 is still installed, even though I see that iRedMail 0.5.1 ships with 1.1.16.
Am I missing a repository somewhere?
I did some digging and I see that my /etc/apt/sources.list contains the following line, which was apparently automatically added by the 0.5.0 install:
deb file:///usr/local/src/iRedMail-0.5.0/pkgs pkgs/ # iRedMail_Local
Should I manually change this to point to my newly-downloaded 0.5.1 tarball? If so, it would be great if that could be added to the upgrade instructions too, by suggesting that users need to download the newer iRedMail release package, untar it, run the pkgs/get_all.sh script, adjust your APT sources, run apt-get, and so on!
If this is the correct procedure, I would appreciate it if someone could confirm it. If it's incorrect, I'd like to know that too.
(Thanks for all of your work in making iRedMail happen!)