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TOPIC: IPCOP 1.4.10 (Good or Bad)

IPCOP 1.4.10 (Good or Bad) 12 years 10 months ago #12964

Who has installed IPCOP 1.4.10? Is it alright to install? I'm getting conflicting reports. One person says it's fine, while others say that it's flawed, and should not be installed. I know as a tech that sometimes customers tell one another not to install the latest upgrade because of a minor issue that has an easy workaround.
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Re: IPCOP 1.4.10 (Good or Bad) 12 years 10 months ago #12965

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I've installed IPCOP 1.4.10 and have it running in 4 locations with no problems whatsoever. People usually get into trouble when they try to install unsupported add-ons without fully knowing what they're doing.

Cool... 12 years 10 months ago #12968

:D Kind of thought as much. I deal with customers on a daily basis that do things and afterwards try and say "Well - you didn't tell me I needed to do that before I upgraded...." when it's clearly outlined in the software release documents. I.e. "BEFORE you run this upgrade, do this...."

:D if they would only take time to read the BOLD print. :mrgreen:
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