I know it is possible to install a certain version of Buddy Enterprise by running:
sudo buddy --ver=1.5.63 install
Is there a command to update Buddy to a certain version? The reason I ask is because I have a full backup of Buddy version 1.5.30 (with more than 20 projects) and would like to update to 1.5.63. I have tried installing 1.5.63 from scratch and then restoring from the backup, assuming to have full working version 1.5.63. By doing that, I ran into a couple of issues:
- Couldn’t install 1.5.63 because of the error:
yaml.scanner.ScannerError: while scanning for the next token found character ‘\t’ that cannot start any token in “./docker-compose.yml”, line 5, column 1
So I tried installing older versions, but all of them gave the same error until I reached 1.5.54, which installed correctly.
- Once 1.5.54 was installed and confirmed to be working, I tried restoring from my backup, and once I did that, my Buddy version rolled back to 1.5.30.
Could anyone let me know how can I get the latest free version of Buddy while utilizing my backup from 1.5.30? I am having issues with 1.5.30 - it now asks me to upgrade to paid version when I try to create a new project. This is a bug that was solved by technical support at least twice in the past, but the last time I asked for help, they said they can’t help me because I run a “free” version of Buddy.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.