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Wed 14 Oct 2015

Upgrading to El Capitan

Category : Technology/UpgradingToElCapitan.txt

I’m upgrading my live server to El Capitan. As in, right now. If you see the server disappear, it’ll hopefully be only for a while.

I’ve only got this Mac Mini that I’m using as a server because I’ve been saving my money for the next incarnation of the Mac Mini from Apple and that’s taking too long to appear. So if I want to move my one and only server right now to El Capitan, I’ve got to move it in-situ.

Once I finish typing and uploading this post, I’m going to start the upgrade process. 

And then start up all my Internet services using my own “enabler” apps. Time to eat my own dog food...

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