i gonna install a fresh ubuntu linux and i'm planning for partitions.
as i know instead of having just a
/ i can separate different directories into partitions like:
now here is my question, which ones do i create a partition for? have in mind that
- i want to try different distros.
- i want to be able to installing a fresh linux with losing the less config
i know separating
/home is recommended. but some configs are somewhere elese: e.g.
/etc/apache2/httpd.conf or some configs in
or databases are in
/var/lib/mysql and apt caches are in
i think best plan should be so that these configs and files are kept during a distro change. doesn't it?
what's your planning when install a fresh linux?