Various Kmail paths?
serafean at gmail.com
Wed May 4 23:26:45 BST 2011
All user's data is in the /home directory. To save a user's data, just backup
90% of the KDE configuration files are in the ~/.kde4 directory. I left the last
9% to akonadi, which stores all its data in ~/.config. the last 1% is for any
stray configuration file that might appear.
IOW : backing up ~/.kde4 and ~/.config should be enough. However, do try
creating a new user using the backed up directories first, just to be on the
On mercredi 04 de mai 2011 11:30:16 John Woodhouse wrote:
> I'm having a bit of a problem with repeat complete re installs. Problem is
> basically the installer doesn't reset any system files off the home
What exactly do you mean? Does the installer leave the user's files intact? The
installer destroys the data? I'm not sure I completely understand you. Good
practise is to have a separate partition for all user's data : /home, the
installer should allow you to create one, and to not having it formated during
> To save myself a lot of time I need to know where the mail directories are
> on kde4.6.0 and also the address book and kwallet stuff the idea being to
> simply reformat the home partition, re install and then copy all of the
> mail directories into place. I suspect there may be a problem with kwallet
> but hope not. Maybe I have to disable it before copying it's directory
Which version of kmail? (do you use kmail, and not something else?)
Kwallet works the same as any other application : just copy its configuration
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