My main Astroberry setup has a corrupt driver for one of my cameras, and I don't know how to fix it. However I have a backup Astroberry system on another Micro SD card, and I need to know if it's possible to transfer the flags from the primary system to the backup.
It would be also convenient to transfer hardware profiles, but I can readily reconstruct them on the backup if not.
Hmm, OK, well that worked, but the database was under /home/astroberry/.local/share/kstars/userdb.sqlite. After I backed up and copied the file over, the HiPS ALL SKY OVERLAY was turned off, and I had to reinstall all the catalogs in DATA under the KSTARS ADD-ON INSTALLER, which is quite a tedious process. I also got this error message when I opened the ADD-ON INSTALLER box that you see below. I had installed these databases when I initially flash Astroberry, because I believe they are really needed, so I couldn't understand why they weren't recognized as already installed. The installer went ahead and installed (or reinstalled) the catalogs anyway, so I'm not sure what that error message pertains to.
What's odd (for me) is that the userdb.sqlite file was exactly the same file size, for the file I backed up, the one I copied, and a backup file that already existed in the folder.
All's well that ends well however. Thanks for your help.
No, they are the same, as you can see below. The userdb.sqlite files are under Astroberry, not Pi. However everything appears to be working, I haven't had an actual session yet, but I did run some cameras through their paces. My Olympus E-M5 Mk II and the Player One Uranus-C are working as they should, so I should be good to go. We'll see.