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Old 3rd April 2006, 01:14 AM
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Smile Transfering saved form information from Windows to Fedora


I downloaded Fedora Core 5 on the weekend, I've currently got Fedora Core 4 on my smaller hard drive (8.4 gig) and Windows on my bigger hard drive (10 gig). I want to swap the installs around so that Fedora Core 5 is on my bigger hard drive and Windows (with a smaller install) on my smaller hard drive.

I have saved form information in Firefox (and Internet Explorer 6) on Windows. Is there a simple way to export this to a file so I can import it to Firefox in Fedora Core 5? I've also been using Internet Explorer 6 with ies4windows on Fedora Core 4 and I'll be installing this on Fedora Core 5 (for web site testing).

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