[Koha] Upgrading from to "current"

Jason Boyer JBoyer at equinoxOLI.org
Wed Sep 15 06:44:24 NZST 2021

Hi Steve, koha-common and associated packages won’t be upgraded on regular apt-get (dist-)upgrade. Once your regular OS packages are up to date you can upgrade koha with 'apt-get install koha-common' to install the version pointed to by your koha.list file. I’m not sure what the latest supported version on Jessie is, but you likely should specify a specific version in your koha.list rather than using “current".


Jason Boyer
Senior System Administrator
Equinox Open Library Initiative
JBoyer at equinoxOLI.org
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> On Sep 14, 2021, at 2:28 PM, Steve Nickerson <stevenanickerson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anyone have any tips on how to successfully go from Koha 17.05 to
> anything more current on Debian 8 (Jessie) package install?   I've tried the
> process I've used in the past and the other OS packages upgrade but Koha
> keeps getting "held back" no matter what I've tried (various 'koha.list'
> sources, apt-get full-upgrade, apt-get dist-upgrade, etc.).   What is the
> latest version that will run on Debian 8 and what should I put in my
> koha.list source file?
> Thanks!
> Steve 
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