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                     CipUX 3.2.x update manual
                   for Debian-Edu/Skolelinux 2.0


                          Original by
                      Christian Külker
                          2005-09-07


                        License GPL 


Revision 0.1 2005-09-07 by Christian Külker   (init)
Revision 0.2 2005-09-09 by Christian Külker   (add Setup Feature)
Revision 0.3 2005-09-16 by Christian Külker   (exec setup again)
Revision 0.4 2005-11-25 by Christian Külker   (new version structure)
Revision 0.5 2006-04-19 by Christian Külker   (moved to debian wiki)
Revision 0.6 2006-04-19 by Christian Külker   (changed license)

Contents
--------

1   General hints for updates
1.1 Preparation before the update

2   Update from 3.2.7 to 3.2.8
2.1 Updating
2.2 Afterwork

3   Update from 3.2.8 to 3.2.9
3.1 Updating
3.2 Afterwork

4   Update from 3.2.9 to 3.2.10
4.1 Updating
4.2 Afterwork
4.3 Update from 3.2.8

5   Update from 3.2.10 to 3.2.11
5.1 Updating
5.2 Afterwork
5.3 Update from 3.2.8

1 General hints for updates
----------------------------

* before an update, MAKE A BACKUP!
  Example: /skole/backup/etc_cipux_backup_2005-09-07
* after an update:
  Generally: check the difference between /etc/cipux 
  and /skole/backup/etc_cipux_backup_2005-09-07

  Re-invent YOUR changes to the new configuration. So YOU have to KNOW what
  your changes are. Normally this would be in system.conf (Customer) and 
  cipux.conf (may be LDAP connection with -ZZ or without -ZZ)

  If you do not know what your changes are, read the installation manual
  and change /etc/cipux accordingly. In the future, you should mark 
  your changes:

  # ckuelker 2005-09-07
  # Cipux_Debug=0
  Cipux_Debug=1

  This means ckuelker changed this on 2005-09-07, the value before the 
  change was CipUX_Debug=0 and CipUX_Debug=1 after the change. Easy, 
  isn't it?

1.1 Preparation before the update
---------------------------------

* Save your changes from the /etc/cipux folder just to be safe

  (1) # cp -a /etc/cipux /skole/backup/etc_cipux_backup_2005-09-07

  (Change 2005-09-07 to the actual date)


2   Update from 3.2.7 to 3.2.8
------------------------------

2.1 Updating
------------

* Update the local repository information

  (2) # apt-get update

* Install the new version

  (3) # aptitude install cipux-common cipux-cibot cipux-cat-webmin

2.2 Afterwork
-------------

* if upgrading to 3.2.8 add some LDAP values in CipUX configuration 

  If 

    # cipux_get_value -x Cat -e cipuxVariable|grep Setup 

  is empty, do

    # cipux_set_value -a -x Cat -e cipuxVariable -v Cat_Feature_Setup=1
    # cipux_set_value -a -x Cat -e cipuxVariable -v Cat_Acl_Setup=assistent

3   Update from 3.2.8 to 3.2.9
------------------------------

The upgrade procedure is to set the LDAP password and then change every
"assistent" to "assistant" in the LDAP server by executing the migration script.

3.1 Updating
-------------

* Be sure you have the cipux source in your /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb http://debian.cipworx.org/ sid main contrib

* Update the local repository information

  (2) # apt-get update

* Install the new version

  (3) # aptitude install cipux-common cipux-cibot cipux-cat-webmin

3.2 Afterwork
-------------

(1) edit as root /etc/cipux/ldappassword.conf with an editor and save the LDAP 
password WITHOUT a newline!

or do as root

# echo -n "the LDAP password" > /etc/cipux/ldappassword.conf

when nobody is looking at your screen and nobody else is logged in.

(2) 
# chmod 400 /etc/cipux/ldappassword.conf

(3)
(not nessesary, but safe)
# chown root:root /etc/cipux/ldappassword.conf

(4)
Test if you have access to the user database
# cipux_task_list_users

(5) If you have access get the upgrade script
$ wget debian.cipworx.org/migrate_3.2.8_to_3.2.9.pl

(6)
# chmod 750 migrate_3.2.8_to_3.2.9.pl

(7) do the upgrade (do not kill the script)
./migrate_3.2.8_to_3.2.9.pl

4   Update from 3.2.9 to 3.2.10
------------------------------

4.1 Updating
-------------

* do the update as usual.

4.2 Afterwork
-------------

* there should be nothing special to do.

4.3 Update from 3.2.8
---------------------

(1) Only if you are upgrading from 3.2.8:

*  do tasks described in update_from_3.2.8_to_3.2.9

5   Update from 3.2.10 to 3.2.11
--------------------------------

5.1 Updating
-------------

* do the update as usual.

5.2 Afterwork
-------------

* there should be nothing special to do.

5.3 Update from 3.2.8
---------------------

(1) Only if you are upgrading from 3.2.8:

* do tasks described in update_from_3.2.8_to_3.2.9