We are using very old indico 1.1.2 and like to migrate to latest indico. Kindly help with installation and migration steps.
You need to upgrade to 1.2 first, then to 2.0, then to 2.1.
The first part is the most problematic one, since 1.2 is broken - it’s many years old, uses now-obsolete packages, and some of these packages fail to install due to changes in the Python package infrastructure.
However, there are some workarounds in this post to install 1.2 in a way that is good enough to migrate the 1.1 DB to 1.2.
Note: If you were not using the “Call for Abstracts” module in 1.1, you could try skipping 1.2 altogether - it will most likely work and save you some pain from setting up 1.2 first.
Once you are ready to migrate, follow these steps: https://docs.getindico.io/en/latest/installation/upgrade_legacy/
Note: If you go through 1.2 first, do it on some other VM you can get rid of afterwards, or a separate virtual machine. Installing 1.2 will install a lot of stuff in your Python virtualenv that is outdated and not needed for Indico 2.x.
Once you have 2.0 running, follow https://docs.getindico.io/en/latest/installation/upgrade/ to get to 2.1.
Thanks for your help as we are able to upgrade indico to 2.0 version successfully.