On Sat, 7 Apr 2018 17:17:20 +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>On Sat, 07 Apr 2018 15:35:36 +0100, David wrote:
>>I am going to upgrade the hard disk in my laptop, I currently have
>>Evolution 3.22.6, I have just backed up my data.
>>I know restoring the backup does not restore the passwords, where are
>>the passwords stored so I can see if I can view them?  
>From command line run
>  seahorse
>double-click on an "Evolution Data Source" thingy, related to one of
>your email adresses. Click the keyhole icon or whatever the icon on the
>left side of the Password input field does look like and the password
>is shown in plain human readable text.

Actually I don't see a reason for not simply "cp -ai" a complete Linux
install from one to another drive, or at least to "cp -ai" $HOME.

For backups I preffer "tar --xattrs -czf" over "cp -ai".

This could be used to copy a complete Linux install, or at least a
complete $HOME.

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