How to update Dwarf Fortress version in a Docker container?
This article explains how to update Dwarf Fortress version if you have Dwarf Fortress Remote server running in a Docker container, for example from 0.43.03 to 0.43.05. The idea is to create another container and set it to use data volumes from the original container, and then delete the original container.
Make sure to save your game before proceeding.
If you started DF Remote in a container manually, use the following commands. This assumes your existing container is called oldname, and you're using the default port number.
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