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Old 05-27-2007, 06:23 PM   #1
hackarre
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Reading amule's folder


Hello to everyone!

I've been thinking about trying an other distro, since I have free time, I'm sure that it's going to take me time, the main problem is amule, it's very hard to make a full back-up every time I want to change my distro, and I'd like to use both, so for example, would it be possible to have amule in debian and sharing it, reading, to use it in an other? Do I need any special partition for that or it's just fine?

Thanks a lot for your help.
 
Old 05-31-2007, 09:26 AM   #2
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OK,

So you have a distro on your machine with amule installed and working. Do you want to install a new distro on the same machine in a dual-boot configuration? Or do you want to remove the old distro BUT keep the amule directory where you have your files stored?

Deion "Mule" Christopher
 
Old 05-04-2008, 03:43 PM   #3
jekicz
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Originally Posted by hackarre View Post
Hello to everyone!

I've been thinking about trying an other distro, since I have free time, I'm sure that it's going to take me time, the main problem is amule, it's very hard to make a full back-up every time I want to change my distro, and I'd like to use both, so for example, would it be possible to have amule in debian and sharing it, reading, to use it in an other? Do I need any special partition for that or it's just fine?

Thanks a lot for your help.
In my case, partly downoaded files are stored under:
~/.aMule/Temp

and completely downloaded ones at:
~/.aMule/Incoming

I guess, copying those will do the job of transferring aMule data to new distro.
 
  


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