Talk:A Filesystem's Guide

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The .evolution folder doesn't seem to be there. I tried grep'ing for my contacts through a large part of my moko filesystem, including all of my home folder. I haven't found it yet. Does anybody know where it is? --[[User:Kbjorgensen|KB Jørgensen]] 15:10, 19 September 2008 (UTC)
 
The .evolution folder doesn't seem to be there. I tried grep'ing for my contacts through a large part of my moko filesystem, including all of my home folder. I haven't found it yet. Does anybody know where it is? --[[User:Kbjorgensen|KB Jørgensen]] 15:10, 19 September 2008 (UTC)
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:Found it. Somebody explained the backup procedure in the [[Backup]] article. We might want to add an explanation on where the information is precisely, in order to e.g. be able to code for it. --[[User:Kbjorgensen|KB Jørgensen]] 20:21, 29 September 2008 (UTC)

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[edit] Contacts

The .evolution folder doesn't seem to be there. I tried grep'ing for my contacts through a large part of my moko filesystem, including all of my home folder. I haven't found it yet. Does anybody know where it is? --KB Jørgensen 15:10, 19 September 2008 (UTC)

Found it. Somebody explained the backup procedure in the Backup article. We might want to add an explanation on where the information is precisely, in order to e.g. be able to code for it. --KB Jørgensen 20:21, 29 September 2008 (UTC)
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The .evolution folder doesn't seem to be there. I tried grep'ing for my contacts through a large part of my moko filesystem, including all of my home folder. I haven't found it yet. Does anybody know where it is? --KB Jørgensen 15:10, 19 September 2008 (UTC)

Found it. Somebody explained the backup procedure in the Backup article. We might want to add an explanation on where the information is precisely, in order to e.g. be able to code for it. --KB Jørgensen 20:21, 29 September 2008 (UTC)