Before updating, it is recommended to backup the configuration file.
Backing up Ksenos configurations can be done from Menu > Settings. You will find 2 buttons on the bottom of the settings window: Export settings and Import settings. Click on Export settings, select a location and filename, and click Save. This will export all the recorder settings to a single file that can then be imported in case something goes wrong with the upgrade.
Updating on Windows
Updating Ksenos on Windows is simple – just run the setup and click Next until the setup is finished. This will keep or migrate all the settings as they were. Ksenos needs to be shut down before the upgrade so all the resource files and such can be upgraded. It is also highly suggested to backup the configuration file from the old version before upgrading in case you need to downgrade back to a previous version.
Updating on CentOS
Updating Ksenos on CentOS will be easiest with an internet connection available. YUM package manager can be used to automatically update to the newest version.
Close Ksenos, open a Terminal and change the user to root.
Then run the update command.
yum update ksenos-gui
Open a terminal or command-line, elevate to root.
Stop the service.
service ksenosd stop
Update Ksenos with YUM.
yum update ksenos-daemon
service ksenosd restart
Download and open the Ksenos setup file and drag the new Ksenos.app to overwrite your current Ksenos.app.