On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 06:03:37PM -0500, Jordon Bedwell wrote: > On 7/28/10 4:40 PM, Robert Holtzman wrote: > > > >What was the reason for that? The usual plan is to put /home, at least, > >on a separate partition. > > > > The *usual* plan is to put it on a separate drive (but since debian > can't judge how smart a user is ~ they put it on the same drive > different partition) or if you use network storage, to keep it on > the same drive in the same partition. Not everybody runs critical > systems or even stores anything in /home. I know on my Debian > installs nothing is in /home/username. Dandy *if* you have two drives. How many home users would that be? -- Bob Holtzman Key ID: 8D549279 "If you think you're getting free lunch, check the price of the beer"
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