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Everything seems to proceed normally with the .deb install, no errors thrown, but the version seems to not "take" (Ubuntu 18, letting double-click on the .deb file auto-do-its-thing).
I didn't see any instructions to uninstall previous version (and I don't want to lose configuration developed thus far, which I gather some of is held in the installation location subfolders). I seem to still be getting the previously installed version. This happened trying to install 0.26.0 and now 0.26.1 but on my Win7 machine the 0.26 installation went perfectly with zero effort / confusion on my part.
Noted some remarks about new (-er than blahblah) versions going into "bin_release" folders, is maybe just a symlink revision needed? Where, to what?
Any hints regarding how to copy, migrate, archive and restore the "stuff that's co-stored" (settings, technology & layer files, ???) across version updates? Especially interested in the archive / restore question, my goal for product development is to archive a complete "design ark" (tool code, PDK, design, documentation) at tapeout / review closure. Is there, or could there be, a higher level "save everything involved" function or script?