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Sven Sandin Sven.Sandin at
Fri Apr 20 16:19:51 BST 2007

kitts, kevin: Thank's for reply!

A personal comment: As a KDE user I would appreciate such an application since 
I'm never sure I have managed to copy it all. KMail with contacts settings 
etc I have never managed to export in one piece. One need also consider 
non .kde folders. For instance, .gnupg (I think) if I'm using KGpg or .cddb 
etc. It sure would be helpful if presented a gui with possible applications 
to export data for and having them in an export file. As I have the other 
family members on the same PC it would be handy if one could export it all in 
one file (as a root). A choice to be found under System Admin in the KDE 
control center ?
(Under Windows this is even worse).

Best wishes

On Thursday 19 April 2007 12:26, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Wednesday 18 April 2007 21:30 +0100, kitts wrote:
> > On Thursday 19 Apr 2007 12:14:45 am ssmail1398-maillist at wrote:
> > > Have just installed KDE (running Sidux) on a new
> > > computer. Is there no utility in KDE to assist moving user(s). 
> >
> > AFAIK No.
> There is a program called Kamion, originally developed as a Google Summer
> of Code Project 2005, then extended in GSoC2006.
> Its aim is to backup and restore (thus also migrate) user data.
> However, I am not sure what state the application is in at the moment.
> I usually migrate my whole home directory, but if one is concerend about
> cache files, .kde/share should be sufficient.
> Cheers,
> Kevin
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