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Update phpbb 3.0.B5 to 3.0.0

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this forum is currently just a beta 5 version - phpbb 3.0.B5

I would like to update this beta to new stable version phpbb 3.0.0 (which would bring more stability and new cool features)

do you know someone who could help me with that?

btw, there is no official support for update from beta versions and all information I found was quite complicated

anyone skilled enough to face the challenge?

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Posted · Report post

of course I tried those links long time ago ... however, their forum (admins/support) don't provide help for beta versions

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Well when 3.0 comes out they HAVE to do support for that.

Just uninstall 3.0.B5 and then reinstall 3.0, when it comes out

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3.0 came out a few days ago ... however, as I mentioned before, they do not support issues connected to beta versions (I checked their official forum where the admins locked all topics with requests to help with beta versions - without any help)

reinstalling is an option - if you don't mind loosing all posts and starting from scratch

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Isnt that what you would have to do if you upgraded straight from beta to v3? Well that option seems to be closed anyway.

Would down grading from beta to 2.xx lose the posts or would it be 2.xx to 3.0?

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I don't know a way to upgrade or downgrade beta version (there is no official support for beta versions - anything that concerns them) - that's what I was hoping to learn

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