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Posted on 2009.05.22 at 17:29
I did it.
I had enough of Ubuntu holding my hand, already...
I have installed Debian Lenny.

One of the coolest parts was, unlike Ubuntu, I was able to install debian while preserving my /home partition, and, thus, much of my configs were preserved. For instance, configs and profiles for stuff like my lxpanel and openbox keybindings, etc., didn' t have to be set up again.

I already made my own wallpaper, too.


Matthew Caron
mattcaron at 2009-05-26 16:26 (UTC) (Link)
I manage to install Ubuntu whilst preserving my home directory.

Then again, I also typically use the alternate install CD (for the LVM/RAID/encryption setup options). Perhaps this advanced partitioning is part of the additional unctionality provided by that install?
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