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Pysa scans your system and reverse engineers its configurations for easy replication.

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Welcome to Pysa project page

Pysa is a configuration reverse engineering software, which is aimed to help anyone who wants to replicate an existing computer configuration - and not simply clone the entire machine. It can be used to migrate configurations from one computer to another (including physical machines to virtual Clouds), backup existing configurations, or for any other migration purpose.


Pysa has been designed for UNIX Operating Systems. However, only Linux based distributions are supported for now (tested on Ubuntu, Debian, Cent OS, RedHat and Amazon Linux latest and LTS versions). More will come later.

There are two ways to install Pysa: using the sources files or using the PyPI packages repository.

Using PyPI (recommended)

  • Ensure pip is setup on your computer (you can alternatively use other PyPI managers, like easy_install)
  • Setup Pysa in its latest version pip install pysa
  • Run Pysa (see documentation)

Sources setup

  • Clone this git repo
    git clone
  • Run Pysa ( - see documentation)


You can access the documentation at

Authors and Contributors

  • Thibault BRONCHAIN thibault {at} mc2 {dot} io
  • Michael CHO michael {at} mc2 {dot} io
  • Ken CHEN ken {at} mc2 {dot} io

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Having trouble, remarks or suggestions about Pysa? Contact us at [email protected] and we'll help you sort it out.

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