Cannot update from 8.2.1 to 8.3.1, Upgrade not available

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Hi There,
My Page is running on Concrete 8.2.1 (Fresh Install). Now that version 8.3.1 came out, I wanted to update to the newest version, but I cannot do that, since my Concrete says, there is no update available, see printscreen.

Any Idea or experiencing the same problem?

Jan

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nickratering
Not a bug. Download, unpack and upload to 'updates' (faster: upload zip file and use DirectAdmin / cPanel to extract on the server), then run index.php/dashboard/system/update/update
Remote updates mostly come a bit later.
janwidmer replied on at Permalink Reply
janwidmer
Ah, didn't know that.. :-D Thanks
srosesbef replied on at Permalink Reply
This doesn't address the UX issue. When logging in to 8.2.1 the admin is welcomed to update by clicking an "Update" link, but upon doing that I'm directed to "Page not found".

It may be that there's a possible path to upgrade, but that doesn't forgive a horrible user experience.

concrete5 Environment Information

# concrete5 Version
Core Version - 8.2.1
Version Installed - 8.2.1
Database Version - 20170802000000

# concrete5 Packages
Block Designer (2.9.1), Block Designer Pro (2.8.5), Fileset Attribute (1.1), JW Gallery (1.13), JW News (1.0.2), JW Signup (1.0), Migration Tool (0.8.0), Page List+ (2.0.0), Page Selector Attribute (2.0), ThemeW3k (1.00)

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Apache/2.4

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