That may solve loooooots of problems as version-11 is a sound alternative now for our broken production systems. Have you tried to branch version-11? Maybe the install script gets this by chance? Obvious that I haven’t checked the code.
@Airbag888 I attempted to upgrade from v10 to v12 and faced myriad issues. I had to go through countless mumbo jumbo and after several hours of fixing this and that (which unfortunately i did not take any time to document), i found myself in v11. Every attempt to move to v12 from there failed. But good thing was that i was then able to set up a fresh server and restore the v11 backup which would not have been possible with v10.
Currently there is no way to install v11 as you will be presented with v12 no matter what you do. So attempt to upgrade from v10 following steps provided in this post below:
You might encounter some issues. Resolve them and once you are able to launch the upgraded v11, make a backup and install a fresh v12 instance. Restore your created backup and you should be fine from here on. That’s the way i solved my latest attempt to migrate from v10 - v12.
Please understand I don’t have your level of expertise. I don’t mind going to go the ‘long way’ which btw I have and the instructions could not be followed 100% because at various spots there was issues such as adding the repo for maria (fresh ubuntu 18.04 btw. Anyway, can you point to some instructions to find out where to install v10? I’ve scrapped my vm and recreated it likely almost 10 times in the past 2 days to try and sort this out. Plus the baby is sick, life is tough right now.
I see, so what you propose is upgrading v10 and going through the motion that you linked… I must admit I’m super scared to touch the v10 install after seeing how much could/went wrong and how somehow v10 and v11 disappeared from the repo and no one thought good to rectify this so far…