[Spambayes] Re: migrating SpamBayes from Windows to Linux
lars.kortsen at sympatico.ca
Mon May 31 17:35:32 EDT 2004
I was pleased to discover that default_bayes_database.db needed no
conversion at all. I copied default_bayes_database.db to a FAT32
partition and configured the SpamBayes proxy on the 'Linux side' of my
system to use /mnt/hda7/SpamBayes/default_bayes_database.db. If worked
Another successful experiment was to use the SpamBayes proxy on the 'XP
side' instead of the Outlook plug-in, and configure it to use
d:\SpamBayes\default_bayes_database.db. I now have one database that is
accessed and updated from whichever OS I am using.
PS: I switched from Outlook to Thunderbird on the 'XP side' and have
both OSs using T'bird configured to put all folders on the FAT32
Tony Meyer wrote:
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>> I have been trying Linux on-and-off for a couple of years but keep
>> going back to Windows out of frustration. I have been
>> using the Outlook plug-in for over a year and now that I am
>> playing around with Linux again the first thing I did was install
>> SpamBayes. I am looking for some easy way to migrate the existing
>> database from Windows to Linux so I don't have to retrain from scratch.
> You can possibly just copy the database file over
> (default_bayes_database.db, which you can rename to hammie.db if you like).
> If that doesn't work (depends on the dbm versions installed), then you can
> use the sb_dbexpimp.py script. You'll probably have to run it on the
> Windows machine (which means installing Python if it's not already there,
> and getting the source archive) to get a successful conversion to either
> or a pickle. Then copy that across and convert back.
> =Tony Meyer
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