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installation of Bugzilla: Upgrade 3.6 to windows/Linux ?

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  • I have installed on windows v.3.6 I want to migrate it to linux with the latest version, what do you recommend my installation process should including to keep the db.
  • Another option is to keep Bugzilla on windows and to upgrade the version ? what do you recommend my installation process should including to keep the db. Is there an simple installer.
posted Nov 14, 2013 by Sumit Pokharna

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