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Old 14th May 2006, 23:58
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you are right about those tutorials, the one you gave and the one I found are almost copies of each other.

About manually moving:

can you give me some hints:

- for example how do I get a list of all installed applications? there has to be a dpkg or apt option to get this list, so I could at least duplicate this.
- about duplicating settings as I am not sure I can duplicate everything manually, what needs to be copied over except for the ispconfig stuff (which is already covered further up in this thread) - /etc /usr /var maybe?
- anything which you strongly discourage me copying over?
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