Installing new ubuntu, keeping /home partition
jonesc at hep.phy.cam.ac.uk
Thu Sep 10 17:25:17 BST 2009
> What you have planned is just exactly what I have done since Warty
> Warthog (4.10). It has worked well for me although Windows isn't part
> of the mix. One thing I had trouble with is that Jaunty's GRUB didn't
> like to see my other Ubuntu boot partitions. I still am having trouble
> with that and must resort to the SuperGRUB disk.
> When you install be sure that you know exactly which partition is
> your /home and disallow formatting on it.
I tend to make sure I have a complete backup of /home somewhere not
connection to the machine, like an USB external drive, just in case ...
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