I tried to migrate to the indico version 2.0 but I generated the pyatom 1.4 error. I read in forums that this library was not longer available for that version so I tried to install version 2.1.9, but when i was trying to install the indico-migrate package with pip but I get the same pyatom 1.4 error
the style was lost and additionally it shows me the following message “Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now” but I’m using the latest version of the mozilla and chrome browser.
Most links after migration don’t work, should I try again to run the indico-migrate command with other arguments? or what is the suggestion to detect the reason why the articles did not pass, some lines of the migration.log file are:
I need to migrate from indico 1.1.2
So first trying to install indico 2.0 as decribed in several posts.
Installed a new OS (Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS)
and follow the instructions from https://docs.getindico.io/en/latest/installation/production/debian/apache/
after the command: pip install ‘indico<2.1’
I get the same error even after the above mentioned pip install of pyatom ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement pyatom==1.4 (from indico<2.1) (from versions: none) ERROR: No matching distribution found for pyatom==1.4 (from indico<2.1)
I tried to repeat the procedure again on another machine with the same characteristic and with the version of indico 1.2.
I executed all the steps until to reach the execution of the indico-migrate command but on this occasion the following error appears: