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Tue Feb 23 12:57:11 UTC 2016
Basically, if I understand your question correctly, you want /home/$user
and the contents of /etc (most of it) backed up then used on the new
machine(s). No, a simple rebuild won't suffice, I'd go with a reinstall.
On Tue, Feb 23, 2016 at 12:39 PM, Luciano Mannucci <luciano at vespaperitivo.it
> Hello all!
> I have an i386 small server that I whish to upgrade to amd64 (upgrading
> the hardware too:) without destroying user files and configurations.
> Is that possible? It might be interesting on some virtual machines too...
> Maybe doing a rebuild of everything in /usr/src changing the architecture
> is enough?
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