I think OP is asking to upgrade from the very old LAMP 7.3 package to the new one i.e the appstore id has changed. This prevents "clone" from what working easily.
What you do to is:
Download the backup configuration
Install the new LAMP package is some location
Import from backup using the backup configuration in step 2 - https://docs.cloudron.io/backups/#import-app-backup
Once, you are satisfied, you can delete the old app and also move the new app to whatever location you want.
@FoksVHox I am not an expert on laravel, but can you point me to what issue one hits here because the php binary is still pointing to 7.4? Currently, it is difficult to create a package where the php binary is dynamic.
@andreasdueren Oh, I went back and read what you said in the initial post. I guess "myphp page" meant PHPMyAdmin ? Didn't occur to me, I read that is "my php app". Are you accessing PHPMyAdmin via https://app.domain.com//phpmyadmin .
@girish Thanks for taking the time to ponder on this !
Yes you got me right and I understand why it's not possible in the case of nocodb.
just FYI, the path nocodb use in the cloudron context to store uploaded files is
Your suggestion to link directly to the LAMP or to a static "mirror" of this is the path I finally went with, it's was the logical step since provided I can link to it, where the media is does not matter much.
i'm not yet releasing this publicly but it's coming !
@levisadm the database is already added. If you go to the app's Web Terminal , if you run env | grep CLOUDRON_MYSQL_ you will get the values to use in your app. It's actually better if you just use the env variables directly in your app like getenv('CLOUDRON_MYSQL_USERNAME') etc