[SOLVED] How do I upgrade from OpenHAB 2.4 to 2.5 (OpenHabian)?

I have a installation of version 2.4 running on my Pi 3.
Now I want to upgrade to version 2.5.

Links how to do this via commandline (putty) are very welcome.
Kindest regards.

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I’ve already searched the openHAB documentation but didn’t succeed finding how to update an existing stable version to a new one.
Maybe I used the wrong keywords for searching.

Try openHABian is that is what you are using :wink:
Perhaps something obvious in sudo openhabian-config ?

Thank you.

I’m backing up and afterwards will have a try with openhabian-config and update/upgrade.

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Everything is fine now.
Thanks for your hint :wink:

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It’s all in the release notes on git:


If you are working with an openHABian setup, the upgrade is quite easy. Regardless of if you are currently using the openHAB 2.5 stable release or one of the latest 2.5 SNAPSHOT builds, switching to openHAB 2.5.0 stable is done in just a few steps:

  1. Connect to the SSH command line and execute: sudo openhabian-config
  2. Select the “Update” option
  3. Wait for the openHABian update to finish, reenter the openHABian configuration tool
  4. Select the “openHAB 2.5.0 stable” option

Glad you have it working. :+1:

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