How to upgrade the JEDWare Linux integration from v4.x to v5.x

If you are using JEDWare Integration version 4.x, please upgrade to version 5.x

In order to be ready for upgrading your 3CX to V18, we need you to upgrade your JEDWare integration from  v4.x to v5.x. In this process, we automatically remove unused and conflicting JEDWare files from your current installation. ( we remove /etc/apt/sources.list.d/microsoft-prod.list which prevents 3CX from upgrading to version 18.)

Please note that JEDWare will be unavailable while upgrading to version 18.

Step by step guide:

Important, please uninstall the JEDWare integration 4.x before upgrading your 3CX to version 18

Please follow the below 3 steps in the following order.

You will need root access on your Debian system, and type the commands in your terminal window.

1. Preparing for version 5.x by uninstalling JEDWare 4.x

Stop the existing JEDWare integration 4.x and clear the 4.x files

sudo systemctl stop JEDWare
cd /opt
sudo rm -rf JEDWare* && rm -rf LinuxInstaller* && rm -rf Newtonsoft* && rm -rf /etc/apt/sources.list.d/microsoft-prod.list

2. Update 3CX to Version 18 and Debian 10 by following 3CX’s guidelines:

Please note, step 2 is only needed if you wish to update your 3CX to v18. If you want to stay on 3CX v16 on your Debian 9, please skip and go to step 3.

Please refer to the following guide:

When the installation of V18 and Debian 10 is completed go on to step 3.

3. Getting the JEDWare version 5.x Linux installer

Create and navigate to the installation folder in your terminal and download our installer

sudo mkdir /opt/JEDWareInstall
cd /opt/JEDWareInstall
sudo wget sudo wget
sudo tar -zxf JEDWareInstaller


4. Installation of JEDWare integration

Type the following in the terminal to start the installer

sudo ./LinuxInstaller

Type in your license key and wait for the installation to finish

After installation is finished we have to restart Nginx, reload daemon and start the JEDWare v5 integration

sudo systemctl restart nginx
sudo systemctl daemon-reload
sudo systemctl start JEDWare 

JEDWare is now installed and you can access it from the JEDWare App.

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