Since version 14.5.0 of our administration software KeyHelp also the latest Ubuntu LTS version 14.04 is supported.
Do you operate your KeyHelp on a server running Ubuntu 12.04 and now want to take advantage of the optimized Ubuntu 14.04? Then here is your opportunity to comfortably perform the update on your own. We provide the required script and detailed instructions as follows. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or for assistance.
Download the script with this command:
wget --no-check-certificate https://install.keyhelp.de/scripts/keyhelp_ubuntu_upgrade_12_to_14 -O keyhelp_ubuntu_upgrade_12_to_14.php
Afterwards start script with:
ATTENTION: After you start the script and have confirmed the start of the upgrade with [ENTER] within the script, you must follow all of the following 4 steps. If you cancel the current operation, already made changes need to be manually undone.
ATTENTION: An ongoing upgrade process should always be monitored. Please keep the terminal window open for the duration of the upgrade.
Follow the instructions of the script. It will automatically run necessary tasks in preparation for the upgrade. Your current operating system will be updated.
During the course of the script the control of the program flow is hand over to "do-release-upgrade". Please follow the instructions of the program and answer the questions (see below). Note, that depending on the services installed on your server, perhaps more questions arise.
Please execute the following command after the restart:
Afterwards restart the script again with:
Follow the instructions of the script. The last step completes the upgrade, configuration files are modified and MariaDB will - if not already available be installed. Your system will then be restarted.
Congratulations, you now use KeyHelp with Ubuntu LTS 14.04!