On Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 7:52:52 PM UTC-4, cooloutac wrote:
> On Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 3:20:36 PM UTC-4, p.o.m...@gmail.com wrote:
> > I mainly ask the question because I already had templates that were
> > up-to-date in terms of software packages, so there's no real reason to be
> > starting over there.
> > It would be nicer to be able to update whatever they need for their Qubes
> > backend and keep the template going.
> > This is especially true for templates that are built on other distros, like
> > Arch or Ubuntu. I have to imagine the larger Qubes community will be
> > looking for some way to migrate existing templates in a more seamless
> > manner.
> yes you can do that but you have to give it a non default name. If its the
> same name as default template then you will most likely run into problems.
> I have had no problem restoring cloned templates from 3.2 into 4.0. But I
> have not tried to restore any appvms or templatevms with default names.
I'm sorry actually i have restored appvms with default names, just not
templates. only cloned ones with non default names.
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