I have recently installed SleepyHead on my desktop computer & imported data from my SD card. In a few weeks I will be away from home for 3 weeks. I'm taking along my CPAP & laptop, so that I can continue using SleepyHead during that time.
It's a long story, but I had some problems importing data for the 1st time on my desktop computer. SleepyHead "paused" (program not responding) a couple of times & took much longer than expected to load about 8 months of data. My laptop is much slower than my desktop, so I anticipate possibly having similar (maybe worse?) problems with the 1st import.
My question is . . .
Can I install SleepyHead on my laptop & then simply copy "My Documents\SleepyHeadData-Testing\" (all folders & files) to a thumb drive & paste to the appropriate location on the laptop? That should be a "1-shot deal". When I return home (to my desktop computer) & for subsequent trips (with my laptop) SleepyHead will have smaller amounts of data to import (not the entire SD card).
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The answer is, "Yes". I normally use my desktop with SleepyHead but wanted it on 2 laptops that I have. I just copied both main SleepyHead directories (program and data) to the laptops without any problems.
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I have also networked Sleepyhead to work on more than one computer in the same network on a shared drive. This avoids the need to maintain two data sets.
Both computers simply point to the same location on the desktop server. On the desktop the path starts with C:\ users...Sleepyhead on the laptop, the drive on the desktop is mapped, so it is G:\users...Sleepyhead. The documents directories are shared anyway, and that is where Sleepyhead data resides. Keeping documents on a single drive and syncing backups avoids the problems of multiple versions that don't match.
There are a lot of ways to do this, and if you travel a lot, you could even point Sleepyhead to a cloud folder to sync. It doesn't take that much space.
My setup is slightly different.
I have the SleepyHead data on a Dell file server. The 3 PCs I access it from all have the same share mapped.
This should work fine, but it takes 30 minutes to download an SD card and I have no idea why.
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