Re: Advice for moving to a larger hard drive
- From: Jonathan-Marc Lapointe <jmlapointe profweb qc ca>
- To: "The PalmOS(tm) integration package" <gnome-pilot-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Advice for moving to a larger hard drive
- Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 15:12:18 -0400
You could only export your Evolution data using the export tools and
then import this backup to your new install.
To do this, go to "File" then click on "Archive parameters".
This will create a tgz file with everything in it. Settings as well as
data that you will be able to import in the new install using "File",
Le mercredi 25 mars 2009 à 17:29 +0000, Matt Davey a écrit :
> On Wed, 2009-03-25 at 17:26 +0100, Daniel CLEMENT wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am moving my system (Linux Ubuntu Hardy) to a larger hard drive. The
> > machine (hence its network name) remains the same.
> > I sure could erase everything on the Palm and start from scratch...
> > But I'd like to avoid this if possible: is it safe, e.g., to
> > - backup evolution and restore to new drive;
> > - simply copy my other (than ~/.evolution) hidden folders to the
> > new /home, especially the ~/.gnome2/gnome-pilot.d?
> > Is this the proper thing to do?
> As long as you migrate Evolution properly (I'd be tempted just to copy
> your entire home directory :) you should be able to copy
> ~/.gnome2/gnome-pilot.d plus any gnome-pilot backup directories and be
> in business. Are there any Evolution guides to migrating?
> If you migrated by doing something like exporting your addresses to vcal
> and then importing them into your new install, you'd lose the meta
> information that binds an evolution ID to a palm ID. This would
> probably leave you with duplicate entries. Of course, you could do a
> one-time 'copy from PDA' or 'copy to PDA' but that probably wouldn't be
> Another option I've used in the past is to install your old disk on your
> new system, and use it to provide the home directory. Just mount /home
> from your old disk into your new filesystem. As long as you have Hardy
> up-to-date on old and new systems, it should work out pretty well (don't
> quote me!).
> Matt Davey What do you get the man who has everything?
> mcdavey mrao cam ac uk A good shot of penecillin.
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