From: Paul Askins (paul.askins at domain analog.com)
Date: Mon 24 Jul 2000 - 09:28:51 IST
If you unpack your beta1 source again and do ./configure you might be able to
do a 'make uninstall'. However, this option is not always available. If you
know where the files were installed then you could remove them manually.
Installing the new version should overwrite the previous one as long as the
files are installed in the same location.
Hope this helps, if I'm wrong could someone point out?
On 24-Jul-00 SP K wrote:
lo again, i cant find any howto or anything and the
man page doesnt help me :/ , i have a piece of
software here beta1 :its a tar.gz , i have downloaded
a newer version of it and its also a tar.gz, how do i
go about upgrading this ? do i just ./configure, make,
and make install and it will upgrade automatically ?
or do i need command line arguments to tell it to
upgrade ? thanks in advance
-- Paul Askins <:) Email: Paul Askins <paul.askins at domain adbvdesign.analog.com> Date: 24-Jul-00, 09:24:34 The statement below is true. The statement above is false.
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