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lynbarn
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My ISP has just converted from Fantastico.

A problem I have had in the past is updating an installed app. (in this case, Drupal) with security updates etc. which I don't understand Drupal  well enough to load manually (I inherited the site, which is just being maintained at the moment.)  If I either transfer the current application to Softaculous, or start from scratch with a new script install, when an upgrade is loaded, will this automatically upgrade any installed modules etc., or will I need to run the updates manually.

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hanish
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Hello,

If  you start from scratch,
Softaculous will installed latest version of Drupal..
but not Drupal modules...

You  have to install modules manually.

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stanb
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I'm using version 3.2 AMPPS and it is unable to perform modules updates via the server. I'm just curious why this feature is not present. Thank you.
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stanb
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I meant to say that I am refering to Drupal version 7.59. Thanks.
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Brijesh
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I'm using version 3.2 AMPPS and it is unable to perform modules updates via the server. I'm just curious why this feature is not present. Thank you.

Please open a support ticket with us so that we can check this issue for you :
https://www.softaculous.com/support/


Edited by Brijesh : May 12, 2018, 11:01 am

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