Update Joplin via Command Line?

After having had updated Joplin on my MacBook and on my Android devices, I now need to also update Joplin residing on my remote Linux Fedora server.

  • Joplin had initially been installed on the server using the github script
  • I can access the server's command line through SSH from my current location

Can somebody please let me know how to execute this update under these circumstances?

Hey, I guess what you are looking for is described in the docu.
To make it short, run
wget -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/laurent22/joplin/dev/Joplin_install_and_update.sh | bash

I saved the bash script in a local folder so I can just run it from there if I need it (But that would of course not always take the up to date version of the script, but I just hope that not a lot is changing in there).

If you want to update to a pre-release on a machine with graphical output you can do this by activating the option as described in here, sadly I haven't found a command to make this change from the command line yet.

Hope I could help.

EDIT: Just found the option to update to pre-release in the bash script:
./joplin_install_and_update.sh --prerelease

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Thanks, @Sento :slightly_smiling_face:

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