I have made small updates to that script e.g. switched to supervisor [http://supervisord.org/introduction.html] as it is much more reliable, especially if You have more then one blog on same host. Earlier version of that entry [https://wojtek.gustowski.pl/ghost-cms-upgrade-script-for-lazy-admins-update/]
1. Remove Your old flash plugin (if You have it) dnf remove flash-plugin 2. Add rpmfusion repo http://rpmfusion.org/Configuration 3. Install converter dnf update dnf install freshplayerplugin 4. Go to: https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ [http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/] and chose FP 23.0 for.
> New version of that entry [https://wojtek.gustowski.pl/ghost-cms-upgrade-script-for-lazy-admins-update2/] I updated that script on my github account (cosmetic updates, casper update included). Now there are two versions: > 1. For ghost installs that uses system service 2. For ghost installs that uses forever Check it here: https://github.com/gustlik/
> New version of that entry [https://wojtek.gustowski.pl/ghost-cms-upgrade-script-for-lazy-admins-update/] I made short script for easier upgrade of Ghost [https://ghost.org/] (self hosted version). At the moment Ghost [https://ghost.org/] is still in development before version 1.0 so there is no official script for upgrade. I took
This story took place few months ago. Objective: Install IBM Notes on Linux, dual boot with Windows 10 (Secure Boot) IBM Notes is closed source software, so you can't compile it yourself. Only possibility is to download packages from IBM site. Unfortunately those packages were made only for 32bit version