Migration for OS upgrade

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  • #3917
    munsen70
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    I have a machine that is currently running Fedora 16 and I will be upgrading it to Fedora 20, is there any way for me to go about backing up or migrating my NoMachine configuration or will I have to start from scratch?  I know there are a few issues I need to address with the user accounts, permissions, etc after the upgrade, but I think I will be able to get them addressed.

    #4009
    reza
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    As far we know it’s not possible to upgrade Fedora 16 to Fedora 20 automatically.

    You should backup your NoMachine configuration and restore on newly installed system after updating.

    What exactly have to be moved depends on configuration you’re using.
    All *.cfg and *.lic files and etc/keys directory are essential and have
    to be moved.

    Then all *.db files you use, for example users.db if you use User DB, passwords.db if you use Passwords DB and so on.

    Steps are written here:

    https://www.nomachine.com/AR05L00804&articleName=migrate

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