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Homarr2mo ago
Matthew

How to import old configuration?

I recently updated and it had me create a user and password even though I had a password before and now I do not see any of my old dashboard and do not see any option to backup/import. So I was looking at the configuration files and the only one left from before the update is in app/data/configs. Do I just need to copy that and overwrite the ones in all the other folders or just a specific one or do something else?
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Hi, import is as simple as putting your backup files into the config folder yes. What version are you updating from?...
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Tag
Tag2mo ago
Hi, import is as simple as putting your backup files into the config folder yes. What version are you updating from?
Matthew
Matthew2mo ago
Thank you, was able to copy the file then go to the dashboard, set it as default, then rename it, and finally deleted it so I ended up with just one dashboard. Coming from v13.0 which yes I know is super old.