After almost 5 years in development, Drupal 9 is finally released. This post shows students and new users how to install or upgrade on Ubuntu 20.04 | 18.04.
If you’re reading this, then you may know a thing or two about Drupal. For those who don’ t know, Drupal, a free and open source content management system built with PHP is easy to install and manage.
You can use Drupal to run your content websites and build amazing digital experiences with little efforts.
Drupal 9 comes with boatloads of changes, including database driver and handling improvements, migration systems improvements, changes to theme APIs and many more.
For more about Drupal 9, please visit its homepage.
When you’re ready to install upgrade Drupal, follow the guides below:
For those who want to install Drupal on a new server, the post below is a great place to start. Simply click the link and follow the steps in the guide to install Drupal.
If currently have Drupal installed and wish to upgrade, then use the post belo:
This post below shows students and new users how to upgrade an existing Drupal sites to a newer version.
This post was written for previous version, but also applies to Drupal 9.
That should do it for this post.
You can also reference this site to help with upgrading to Drupal 9.
This post showed you how to install or upgrade Drupal CMS. If you find any error above, please use the comment form below to report it.