I noticed in web/virtualmin a release to Centos 6.6 which has been pushed out as RedHat has upgraded there 6 versions now from 6.5 to 6.6.
This is a yum update which I haven’t installed yet as I’m not sure of the compatibility level for Web/Virtualmin and wanted to make sure furst before I do the update.
According to the Centos 6.6 changelog there have been some change.
So this post is asking to make sure if I am able to update from the package manager without issue.
Compatibility shouldn’t be an issue there, that shouldn’t cause any problems.
Some further thoughts on all that are available here:
We’ve been running 6.6 for a few days. These minor version numbers pretty much all just “go in” with no trouble.
Of course now that I’ve said that there’ll be some new issue
Update was fine here also.
I tried posting this but kept coming up ‘Service Unavailable’ so mo9ds probably saw 3-4 requests for this topic I think there should be a better way than manually approving every new topic on this board and having that message which seems like the forum has a technical issue if you are denied posting. I have run a few sites before and seen nothing like this nor would I use a system like this.
The site is moving to Drupal 7 soon – hopefully that will improve those sorts of things a bit!