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May 13, 2017, 12:03:43 AM
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Some time back, I created my Cold Storage mechanism based upon Armory 0.88.1-beta. Somewhere along the line, I upgraded the online watching component in order to allow continued use of a hot wallet on the same system. Now I want to dip into my Cold funds, but find myself unable to. Upon creating the transaction, I get:
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*Version Warning*
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Since Armory version 0.92 the formats for offline transaction operations has changed to accommodate multi-signature transactions. This format is _not_ compatible with versions of Armory before 0.92.
To continue, the other system will need to be upgrades to to version 0.92 or later. If you cannot upgrade the other system, you will need to reinstall an older version of Armory on this system.

OK, this all seems clear enough. What I don't know is whether I can freely mix and match versions. Is the logical route forward just to upgrade the Offline Signing machine to the latest and greatest Armory? Will they interoperate then?

Offline Signing:
Armory 0.88.1-beta
ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Online Watching:
Armory 0.93.2
Mac OS X 10.8.5

Any gotchas on the install? Or can I just install it in place, over existing version?

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May 13, 2017, 05:34:10 PM
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What I don't know is whether I can freely mix and match versions. Is the logical route forward just to upgrade the Offline Signing machine to the latest and greatest Armory? Will they interoperate then?

You can use anything 0.93+ as a signer.

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Any gotchas on the install? Or can I just install it in place, over existing version?

Code:
sudo dpkg -r armory
sudo dpkg -i new_armory_package.deb

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May 14, 2017, 01:06:09 AM
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What I don't know is whether I can freely mix and match versions. Is the logical route forward just to upgrade the Offline Signing machine to the latest and greatest Armory? Will they interoperate then?

You can use anything 0.93+ as a signer.

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Any gotchas on the install? Or can I just install it in place, over existing version?

Code:
sudo dpkg -r armory
sudo dpkg -i new_armory_package.deb

Cool. So when I -r it, will it remove all the data files as well? I assume this would require me to 'reinstall' my wallets from seeds? Or will the data be left in place?

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May 14, 2017, 01:07:14 PM
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No, the uninstall just gets rid of installation files. It won't touch any user files.

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May 15, 2017, 05:41:16 AM
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No, the uninstall just gets rid of installation files. It won't touch any user files.

Thanks. Worked like a charm. Business was conducted.

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