[Setup] Migration MacOSX 10.4 (PPC) to MacOSX 10.5 (Intel)

phbusson busson at llr.in2p3.fr
Mon Jul 28 09:05:57 UTC 2008

Bonjour Aaron,

Many thanks for your help I installed Plone version 3.1.2 (with the Mac OS X
installer ...) and
upgraded it to version 3.1.4 on my MacBook (Intel) running 10.5.4. I copy in
/Applications/Plone/zinstance/var/filestorage the old Data.fs I kept from my
broken machine.
I migrated my portal from 2.5.1 to 3.1.4 and the migration went well.
I have now to understand how to let appear the navigation portlet to recover
the look
of my old portal.

   Once again many thanks for your help 

Aaron VanDerlip-3 wrote:
> You should be able to setup Plone on your new environment using the 
> unified installer and use your existing Data.fs file. The unified 
> installer will compile the appropriate software for your machine.
> Aaron
>> Bonjour,
>> I run Plone 2.5.1 on a PowerBook 15 with Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) installed.
>> My PowerBook machine broke and I have now a MacBook with Mac OS X
>> Leopard (10.5) installed. So I was forced to change both the architecture
>> (from PowerPC to Intel) and OS version (Tiger 10.4 to Leopard 10.5,
>> the installer forcing me  installing Leopard on my new machine).
>> I regularly backup my stuff before my machine broke (zexp files as well
>> as Data.fs file) and I have the backup files on a disk.
>> What would be the best procedure to recover from this situation ?
>>     Regards
>> --
>> Philippe BUSSON
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