__/ [ Gordon ] on Thursday 04 May 2006 12:07 \__
> How do I do this?
If you mirror your settings and data or even migrate to a different
workstation, just grab the relevant directories from ~/.kde/share/apps/ .
The directory names should be rather rhetorical.
As a general remark, *that* is the advantage of storing everything as file,
Notes to add:
* If the version KDE varies, I am entirely sure this will be handled most
* /kabc is your address book. The name does not make it obvious.
* Your mail might reside in ~/Mail, so be sure to back up this directory, as
well. It is somewhat of a generic location (separate mail clients can share
it), which I believe is not KDE-specific and is therefore not 'snatched onto
Hope it helps,
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