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upgrade question #211512
05/09/08 08:44 AM
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Polymat Offline OP
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can I go directly from 5.47d to 6.5.x or newer versions without a problem?


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Re: upgrade question [Re: Polymat] #211591
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You should be able to go from UBB.C 5.4 to 6.7 (then to 7.x) without much cause; you'll want to ensure you have a backup first however.

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