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Thread: Remove OpenSUSE and put Ubuntu KK on

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    Unhappy Remove OpenSUSE and put Ubuntu KK on

    Hello, everyone.
    I heard about Ubuntu 9.10 and thought to give it a try. The problem is I already have OpenSUSE 11.1 dual-boot with Windows on my machine. And I want to remove SUSE and install Ubuntu 9.10 but without losing my data in SUSE's home directory.

    I know this is possible by copying all my data in windows partition but there has to be an effective way of doing this(which I don't know). Can anyone help me on this, please? So that I can try different distros in future.

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    Pentium Dual Core @2.2GHz, 2GB RAM, 160GB HDD, WinXP and OpenSUSE

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    Re: Remove OpenSUSE and put Ubuntu KK on

    Create a separate home partition in that way you don't need to keep copying your home data everytime. There are plenty of tutorials on internet. Just do a google search and you will come across so many.
    You came empty handed, that is how you shall leave. Whatever you claim as yours today, belonged to someone else yesterday, will be someone else's tomorrow.

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