tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Sat May 19 11:10:11 UTC 2007
> On Sat, 2007-05-19 at 13:16 +0300, Ari Torhamo wrote:
>> la, 2007-05-19 kello 10:20 +0100, norman kirjoitti:
>>> I have just upgraded to 7.04 and all my settings and files relating to
>>> pan appear to have disappeared. Have they really gone or are they hiding
>> If I remember correct, the path to Pan used to be /home/pan, but now in
>> 7.04 it is /home/pan2. I didn't notice that before you asked. Perhaps
>> your old settings are still in /home/pan.
> How right you are, there are both pan and pan2 in the home directory.
> Next question is how do I get the path to Pan to be /home/pan and
> not /home/pan2?
Why not just rename the directories? E.g.,
mv pan2 pan2.feisty
mv pan pan2
and restart pan?
But it may be the format for storing information in these directories
are not compatible!
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