Installing and upgrading DDEV are nearly the same thing, because you’re upgrading the
ddev binary that talks with Docker. You can update this file like other software on your system, whether it’s with a package manager or traditional installer.
Fedora, Red Hat, etc.¶
WSL2 + Docker¶
If you’re using WSL2, the upgrade process is the same regardless of how you installed DDEV.
Open the WSL2 terminal, for example “Ubuntu” from the Windows start menu, and run the following:
Download and run the Windows installer for the latest DDEV release (
Upgrade using the exact same manual install process:
- Download and extract the latest DDEV release for your architecture.
mv ddev /usr/local/bin/(may require
sudo), or another directory in your
ddev --versionto confirm you’re running the expected version.