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Installers can be confusing, but I have no problem making Anaconda do
what I want it to do.

On 03/27/2014 03:34 PM, Kent Borg wrote:
> On 03/27/2014 03:03 PM, Jerry Feldman wrote:
>> Also, if you multi-boot Linuxes you can easily get the installer to
>> point to your shared /home. I've done this with both SuSE and Red Hat
>> based distros.
> Good point. I get nervous about installers and my understanding of
> their user interface to being sure we agree they are to use an
> existing /home and not change I just have them create a
> new /home directory under /, and later I'll mount my real /home there.
> But having a separate /home partition is a good idea either way.
> -kb
> P.S. I was under the impression Hans Reiser wasn't getting out of
> prison any time soon--at least I hope a man who murdered his wife and
> carefully hid the body doesn't get out too soon. Maybe bake him a cake
> with a little computer and cell modem hidden inside and he could
> resume reiserfs work from inside the pokey.
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