The way you can update Lychee depends of how you did your installation:
git clonethen you can either use a similar process or do it directly online via the Graphical User Interface of Lychee.
Don't forget to take a look at the Changelog to see what's new and to check for any actions that may be required.
Fully updating Lychee with
git is the easiest way:
# download the lastest files git pull # update the dependencies composer install --no-dev # apply the database migration php artisan migrate
If you have the
post-merge hook set up the following is enough:
This update will be the one you have to use if you are following the Release channel.
Diagnosticpage and click on the
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www-datafor apache2) to all the folders, files and
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allow_online_git_pullhas to be set to
Notice that Lychee version (git) tells you:
However you should see a "check for Updates" button:
If you click on it, it will ask your server to check how far behind you are from the bleeding edge version of Lychee:
Notice that Lychee version (git) now tells you:
By clicking on "Update available" this will trigger server side a
git pull and
You can see the log result of the command line printed above the diagnostic information. By default composer calls are disabled.
We can once again check for updates:
And we are done.