Hey there @dough.
Updating from versions previous to v2.4 is a massive overhaul and takes another command that is more of an easter-egg. It's our legacy upgrade. part of the issue you will have is due to the fact that we use our own git now rather than relying on third-party solutions.
Run the commands below as root. You can become root from your sudo account easily by typing
Do the following to get started with your upgrade:
wget -O upgradeQuickBox https://lab.quickbox.io/QuickBox/quickbox_packages/raw/master/system/upgradeQuickBox
The above will activate the new EcoSystem on your server, it basically sets up a local repository that makes updating QuickBox in the future much easier and also allows a fallback in the offchance that anything gets set improperly.
Next, you will need to run a quick update of your system by typing the following:
Next you will need to adjust your directories structure to match the new structure for QuickBox's apache configuration. This structure is referrencing the /home/USERNAME/torrents as we now separate deluge from rtorrent for easier organization between the two.
This is done for you by typing
adjust-user-directory. You will next need to manually select 'Save to..' on your torrents in ruTorrent to save them to the new /home/Username/torrents/rtorrent directory.
Pressing Ctrl+A in ruTorrent will select all torrents simaltaneaously.
For more about this, check out this post:
With these steps done, you can do one final command to ensure that you are completely caught up and running a stable v2.4.7 of QuickBox. That command is
box upgrade. Just like that, you're done. Not so hard!