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  1. Is there a way to backup all of the configuration - networking, PineAP, etc. - so that after a firmware upgrade you don't have to redo all of that stuff? I can't find a way in the UI, and am unsure where I might be able to do that via ssh. Help is appreciated.
  2. Hey everyone, Thoughts on methods to preserving the downloaded modules prior to a firmware update? As most of us have done, the modules installed are to a usb drive attached to the Pineapple, however updating the firmware or resetting will of course remove the menu items installed. Has anyone found a way to alleviate this issue? So far I've thought of simply backing up the :1471 gui page and replacing the html/php file, but I feel that may be somewhat sloppy, especially with any upcoming firmware updates which may give a refreshed look to the gui itself. I personally do not enjoy re-downloading all of the modules, especially since they are already present on my thumb drive, simply to have them appear as installed and re-pinned to the menu bar, so any light or bright ideas are very welcome. Cheers and thanks everyone, great community.
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