norman at littletank.org
Sat May 19 11:46:45 UTC 2007
On Sat, 2007-05-19 at 12:10 +0100, Tony Arnold wrote:
> norman wrote:
> > 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
> >>> somewhere?
> >> 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!
Tried that but, unfortunately, Pan did not restart with the files etc.
Just as before, Pan starts with the opening wizard requiring a
completely new setup.
More information about the ubuntu-users