2012-09-26 12:32:15 UTC
New to Fossil and what I see so far is perfect for our needs. I
installed the Fossil package from Ubuntu 12.04 repositories using the
apt-get install command. I would like to upgrade to the last version
and from what I have found in the documentation it seems all I need to
do is download the Linux zip file and replace the existing fossil exe
with the new one.
The current fossil executable is located in /usr/bin. When I unzipped
the Linux zip file I put the new fossil file in the /usr/bin directory
and when I try to use fossil I get an internal server error. While in
the /usr/bin directory I tried "fossil all rebuild" and I get "No such
file or directory".
When I type fossil in the directory I unzipped the new file I get the
fossil command help, so I assume that it works.
How do I get to the new version of fossil?
The environment is Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.