[plug] [PLUG] Quick, and (hopefully) simple question.
leejam at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 13:28:57 WST 2011
I'm not using LVM ( I think) and there's not really anything mission
critical, so I might go ahead and see what happens. Seeing as Linux
mint is based on Ubuntu, there shouldn't be too many issues ( Ha!
famous last words :) ).
On 24 June 2011 13:22, Chris Hoy Poy <chris at hoypoy.id.au> wrote:
> in my experience, yes, apart from dumb stuff like:
> - distro specific configurations for some applications
> - applications that don't handle version jumps very well
> YMMV of course.
> If you used LVM, snapshot your original data before hand (you left space right?) ;)
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Lee Jamieson" <leejam at gmail.com>
> To: "[plug]" <plug at plug.org.au>
> Sent: Friday, 24 June, 2011 1:17:30 PM
> Subject: [plug] [PLUG] Quick, and (hopefully) simple question.
> Hi all. I'm wanting to go back to Ubuntu after using Linux Mint for a
> few months. I have /home on a separate partition, so can I get away
> without formatting /home but installing ubuntu onto / ? Will that keep
> (most of) my settings and programs?
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