Easiest way to migrate from Libreellec to OSMC?

Hello everyone.
I recently started to get into KODI/XBMC and my first go to Adress was the now renamed OSMC but after some random reboots due to the installation of a possibly malware containing addon i call it a day and dd’ed Libreellec onto the SD-Card and started fresh.

And so far Libreellec seemed nice when you are playing local content but once you start using streaming addons (YouTube…) it literally takes Minutes for it to load a New Page which took maybe 10-20secs tops on OSMC.
If for reasons of incompatibilty with the addons or reasons of very bad wifi adapter support i can’t tell but it doesn’t matter that much anyway.

So i am now considering switching back to OSMC and would like to ask what the easiest way to migrate my Kodi Settings & Addons would be as i wouldn’t like to reinstall every single addons of the 30+ i have installed once again.

Would it suffice to backup Libreellec’s .kodi Folder and copy it over to OSMC once it’s freshly installed or would there be more to it?

For me its just about not having to reinstall repo’s and addons, the local video/audio media is of no concern to me as it is stored externally on a Stick.

Btw. Do you guys plan on implementing LUKS-Support directly over the UI or is it only possible to mount a LUKS encrypted partition (on a stick) over SSH?

I would try this. No guarantees it will work but I wouldn’t be surprised if it all worked out fine.

It should work fine, provided you were using v16 on LE.

No plans. crypsetup is a complicated beast and the demand for this feature is very low.

Yes it was 16.
Would you suggest merging folders together (libreellecs .kodi into osmc .kodi) or simple delete osmc .kodi and paste libreellec’s .kodi?

Just asking as there are things like Libreellec’s own app (for network and stuff) that isn’t the same on OSMC.

Should i exclude things withing Libreellecs .kodi-folder that would conflict with OSMC?

Yes. I suspect they wouldn’t put their addons in .kodi though in the home directory though, they’d probably put it in /usr/share.