Re: [opensuse] Reinstalled v11.3
- From: Tejas Guruswamy <tejas.guruswamy@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 01 Mar 2011 11:21:58 +0000
On 21/02/11 17:21, Stan Goodman wrote:
After another period when I was unable to reinstall the v11.3 that IThese files are not encrypted in any way; they are just standard vCard
messed up, I now have a happily running installation on fresh partitions,
and I have begin to transfer data from the wreckage of the corrupted one.
Everything I have checked on the new installation, which is still running
kde v4.4.4; given that v11.4 is announced for release in March, I think it
makes more sense to wait for it to bring an up-to-date kde with it.
What I want to do now is to get the Address Book into Akonadi. What I have
transferred into the new installation is a folder containing a large
number of small of individual files (*.vcf), each with a gibberish name,
relating to individual contacts. I found these files in folder
I have not found information that might help me deal with this array of
encrypted files to get them into a single large file, and to integrate it
with Akonadi. I would appreciate help in finding what I need to do.
text files, one per contact (admittedly with auto-generated filenames).
If you want one file with all of your contacts, just concatenate them
together (cat * > ../contacts.vcf) . You should be able to import that
on your new install.
Beyond that task, I think the only other KDE data that needs to beProbably ~/.kde4/share/apps/kmail.
transferred is the message-folder structure of Kmail. I have spent quite a
lot of time trying to locate it in the corrupted installation (which I can
access in runlevel 3), but withiut success. Where is it?
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