Husse wrote:I think you have the settings in .Virtualbox in your home folder so it should be preserved
So my next question is, can I copy all the files to a disk and just recopy them to a new install in the appropriate folders so it works?
Husse wrote:So my next question is, can I copy all the files to a disk and just recopy them to a new install in the appropriate folders so it works?
Perhaps - it depends a bit on what you mean
ed@Mint wrote:Of course you can make a backup of your .Virtualbox folder.
In an easier way, if you have a separate /home partition on your hard drive, then keep it so that you recover all your program settings after installing Elyssa.
ed@Mint wrote:What do you mean exactly by "my virtual box" ?
your .virtualbox folder in /home or a virtual box you created for another OS ?
In the first case, it is safe since it is in /home
In the second case it depends on the location you set your virtual box. I think the default option is to put it in /home either so there are chances it is also safe.
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