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Lea Gail Parkhurst
Lea Gail Parkhurst Nov 15 '10
Hello, I am reading that there is a new version out of OW? The version I have uploaded onto my web site is: Presently Using Oxwell: ow_1.0b5.

Do I need to update a newer version?? I am reading that there is new plugins, and I need to upload new version to be able to use them.

I have no idea how to update new version without loosing all the blogs and videos and information now on my social web site??

Please confirm the best way to do this without me loosing my data....

Thanks Gail
Email; toca.desk@gmail.com
Den Team
Den Nov 15 '10
Sure, you can update your oxwall without lost any data. There are two ways to do this:
1) Autoupdate. If you canfigured cronjob properly during the installation (see manual), then you will get a green balloon in your admin panel with request for Platform update. Just click "Update" and follow the instructions. This is the best way you need to do to update your platform.

2) Manual update. If something goes wrong with autoupdate, you can update your platform manually. Download update pack from downloads page. And use this short manual update instructions.

Let me know if this does not work for you.
Lea Gail Parkhurst
Lea Gail Parkhurst Nov 17 '10
Hi.....ok went into CPanel and went to create Cron Job, this is the code:
* * * * * php [http://thompsonokanaganfriendsfast.com/public_html/ow_cron/run.php>/dev/null 2>&1

Web site is: http://thompsonokanaganfriendsfast.com
the path is directly under the public_html, but got an error message?

I don't want to update it manually. the other could be replace the http// with: thompson@thompsonokanaganfriendsfast.com, that that did not work either

It must be something very simple that I have missed???
Can you tell me if it look right to you??
Thanks Gail
Den Team
Den Nov 18 '10
You have an error in your cronjob
1) remove symbol [ before site's URL, this symbol just used to specify pattern :)
2) You need to point path (not URL) for ow_cron/run.php. You can ask you path on your hosting provider.
The Forum post is edited by Den Nov 18 '10
Rachel Jan 10

Most system updates and security patches happen automatically. To check if an update is available:

Open your device’s Settings app.

Tap Security.

Check for an update:

To check if a security update is available, tap Google Security checkup.

To check if a Google Play system update is available, tap Google Play system update.

Follow any steps on the screen.


Rachel Gomez