- Mark, From the BPQ32 console, run Actions/Save Registry Configuration. That will back up all the registry configuration for all BPQ32 applications to a fileMessage 1 of 2 , Feb 26, 2012View Source
From the BPQ32 console, run Actions/Save Registry Configuration. That will back up all the registry configuration for all BPQ32 applications to a file BPQ32.reg in your BPQ Directory.
Save the whole BPQ32 directory tree.
To restore, restore the saved directory tree, then restore the registry from the bpq32.reg file.
You can use the same process when moving to a new machine, but there can be problems if the old and new machines are not running the same OS version (ie moving from XP to Vista/WIN 7). In this case you need to edit the BPQ32.reg file, as in XP and below the config is in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, in Vista and above it is in HKEY_CURRENT_USER.
There isn’t, and is unlikely to be, a Linux port of BPQ32 .
From: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com [mailto: BPQ32@yahoogroups.com ] On Behalf Of n5mdt
Sent: 26 February 2012 04:02
Subject: [BPQ32] Backing up BPQ
So, I have a hard drive that is fast approaching death. And I have a simple BPQ installation.
and Telnet ports
Running RMS server on VHF port.
Other than the bpq32.cfg file what would be useful to backup so that I can restore BPQ to the closest possible state, both configuration and data once the new HD is installed?
And unrelated, is there a linux port of BPQ ? And no, I really don't want to run wine... I'd rather just put XP back on it.