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Old 11-23-2018, 10:29 PM
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Backing Up Lineups

Is there a reliable way to export/import lineups from SageTV? I'm looking at moving my installation to a more reliable system (ubuntu->centos) and wanted to automate the process, for once (I have gone through the process of rebuilding my lineup a few too many times in my life).

I have the build process mostly done and integrated with my daily backups (I discovered that I have 83GB in wiz.bin backups!), prime_encoder installation, etc, but am kind of stuck with lineups and a couple of plugin installations (comskip+the webui).
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{"HW": "NUC",
"CPU": "i7-5557U",
"RAM": "16GB",
"Recordings": "2TB SATA",
"Imports": "2x 4TB USB",
"Clients": ["HD300", "HD200", "SageTVClient"]}
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