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On 09/06/2011 09:42 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
is it possible to copy&paste the config folder from Windows to Gnu&Linux
As a general rule of thumb, yes.
The major exceptions are:
* executable and quasi-executable files. (Mainly, but not exclusively
* Junk that the OS wants/requires. (This is mainly, but not exclusively
a Windows thing.)
Galleries don't always "take" as expected.
Fonts don't work. (I have no idea why they are in that directory in the
first place. Unless the config folder I tried transferring has things
left over from OOo 1.x.)
and to Mac?
I don't have a Mac, and don't have access to a Mac. Pre Mac OS X, you
couldn't do that, because a file was constructed from two different,
separate strings of bits.
Since Mac OS X is based upon BSD, it should be possible, with the same
caveats as switching between Linux and Windows.
If Bing copied Google, there wouldn't be anything new worth requesting.
If Bing did not copy Google, there wouldn't be anything relevant worth
DaveJakeman 20110207 Groklaw.
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