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== Ruby update ==
 
== Ruby update ==
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[[user:robb_nl]] I noticed another point that is not completely inclusive: When you want to update to a new minor version, It should state that you have to CD to the diaspora directory and change to the diaspora user to perform the update.
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[[user:robb_nl]] I support clear and inclusive instructions when it comes to howto's
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In the howto it says: First, make sure you stop your diaspora* pod before proceeding to update your installation.
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Only it fails to describe how to stop diaspora.
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I suggest to add something like: To stop diaspora open a commandprompt and run 'systemctl stop diaspora.target'
  
 
[[User:Koehn]] I don't think we should clutter a general updating guide with information about releases, we got the changelog for that. Is the middle step with <tt>cd .. && cd -</tt> that'll update ruby when necessary not clear enough? Any idea how to improve it? --[[User:MrZYX|MrZYX]] ([[User talk:MrZYX|talk]]) 08:38, 20 January 2014 (UTC)
 
[[User:Koehn]] I don't think we should clutter a general updating guide with information about releases, we got the changelog for that. Is the middle step with <tt>cd .. && cd -</tt> that'll update ruby when necessary not clear enough? Any idea how to improve it? --[[User:MrZYX|MrZYX]] ([[User talk:MrZYX|talk]]) 08:38, 20 January 2014 (UTC)
  
It didn't upgrade ruby for me, and there are no instructions on the page to see the changelog.
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: It didn't upgrade ruby for me, and there are no instructions on the page to see the changelog. -- [[User:Koehn|Koehn]]
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:: The <tt>cd .. && cd -</tt> would  tell you to update, including the exact command to run. I'll add a note about the changelog. I still don't see an argument for cluttering this generic instructions with release specific stuff though.  '''Edit:''' Actually there's a link to the changelog right in the first sentence on the page --[[User:MrZYX|MrZYX]] ([[User talk:MrZYX|talk]]) 22:31, 20 January 2014 (UTC)

Latest revision as of 12:08, 10 November 2018

Ruby update

user:robb_nl I noticed another point that is not completely inclusive: When you want to update to a new minor version, It should state that you have to CD to the diaspora directory and change to the diaspora user to perform the update.

user:robb_nl I support clear and inclusive instructions when it comes to howto's In the howto it says: First, make sure you stop your diaspora* pod before proceeding to update your installation. Only it fails to describe how to stop diaspora. I suggest to add something like: To stop diaspora open a commandprompt and run 'systemctl stop diaspora.target'

User:Koehn I don't think we should clutter a general updating guide with information about releases, we got the changelog for that. Is the middle step with cd .. && cd - that'll update ruby when necessary not clear enough? Any idea how to improve it? --MrZYX (talk) 08:38, 20 January 2014 (UTC)

It didn't upgrade ruby for me, and there are no instructions on the page to see the changelog. -- Koehn
The cd .. && cd - would tell you to update, including the exact command to run. I'll add a note about the changelog. I still don't see an argument for cluttering this generic instructions with release specific stuff though. Edit: Actually there's a link to the changelog right in the first sentence on the page --MrZYX (talk) 22:31, 20 January 2014 (UTC)