Rolling Release Model(s), Fedora Discussion
Mike.McCarty at sbcglobal.net
Tue Mar 23 20:37:16 UTC 2010
Greg Woods wrote:
> On Tue, 2010-03-23 at 13:56 -0600, Mike McCarty wrote:
>> This is perhaps better accomplished by using a separate partition
>> for your data and system. IOW, perhaps you should put /home, and
> That's not quite as easy as it sounds, because when you log in to a new
> version of GNOME (and presumably KDE as well), it will alter the files
> in your home directory in ways that may be incompatible with going back
> to the old version. For that reason, I usually create a new user account
> to log in as under the new OS until I am sure it is working correctly,
> and only then log in with my normal account on the new OS.
That's good advice. Another piece of advice is
NEVER alter your system unless you have a verified good
full backup + incremental (or delta).
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