I'd like to get off Fedora: between it's a bad bug tracker and package management, networking problems, and adoption of Gnome 3, which doesn't even support virtual desktops, I'm rather sick of it.
All that I really want is the stuff in my home directory. Does Ubuntu offer anything from the install CD, which can leave the basic gnome folders,
~/Videos alone and wipe everything else: including configuration files? Or, do I need to get out another hard drive and back all this stuff up? All I want is data in one users home directory, and install to the current partition setup.