Hey!
Whereas searching for an automated txadmin updater script, I didn’t discover something right here. That’s why I created a easy bash file with which you’ll replace your server in beneath a minute and prevent useful lifetime :crazy_face:

Linux solely:

Options

  • replace from URL
  • txadmin is mechanically stopped through display screen earlier than the replace begins
  • txadmin is mechanically restarted with display screen after the replace
  • backups are created with a time stamp in a separate folder

The way it works
#Linux Replace.sh:

  • Copy replace.sh to your server the place alpine and run.sh is positioned
  • Shut txAdmin & display screen (when display screen identify just isn’t txAdmin)
  • bash replace.sh
  • comply with instruction

You’ll be able to run replace.sh at anytime once more, display screen get mechanically closed and reopen after replace and you’ll at all times have a backup of final txAdmin model in backup folder

#Linux cronjobupdate.sh: (No interplay essential – at all times fetch LATEST OPTIONAL)

  • Copy cronjobupdate.sh to your server the place alpine and run.sh is positioned

  • Shut txAdmin & display screen (when display screen identify just isn’t txAdmin)

  • bash cronjobupdate.sh
    Run replace mechanically:

  • crontab -l | { cat; echo "30_4_*_*_0 /bin/bash "path/to/server/cronjobupdate.sh""; } | crontab -

  • (optionally available) allow log in cronjobupdate.sh

  • Each Sunday 4.30am replace begins mechanically

Obtain
txAdminUpdater

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