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    2 comments  ·  Service Improvement » Console Improvements  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Tom commented  · 

    As a follow up, this is how we can upgrade in the meantime:

    1. Login via SSH.
    2. Create a .bash_alias file in the home directory: `touch .bash_aliases`
    3. Insert an alias for "wp": `alias wp="/home/master/wp-cli.phar "'
    4. Make the file executable: 'chmod +x wp-cli.phar'
    5. Reload bash: `source ~/.bashrc`
    6. Navigate to applications/[yourappid]/public_html
    7. Test by running a version check: `wp --version' (should result in 2.3 or something higher)

    Hope this helps.

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