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Moving from RHEL3 to Ubuntu have question

 
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I need to move my jForum from RHEL3 to an Ubuntu system can I just copy over the folder in my webapps directory and the database or is there more than that? Like reinstalling and moving jForum info, configs, etc over?

When I went from RHEL3 to RHEL5 at one of my customers all I had to do was copy. I just don't want to bring my company forum down longer than absolutely needed.

Your help is deeply appreciated.
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That should be all you have to do.

Of course I'm assuming you will install the app server, permission the directories correctly, and migrate your database using the same username/password (not just copy the DB directory).
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Thank you very much for the reply.

App server already installed. DB (postgres) already installed. Password different, as it should be, but I know how to change that in jForum. Permissions will match. So... I'll let you know how it went.

Thank you again.
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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