[PC-BSD Testing] Clean Install in / without blowing away home?

flat.rose flat.rose at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 14:44:17 PDT 2008

That's what PCBSD really lacks at this time - I'm sure. Had exactly the same
situation but I didn't had any time for collecting mp3 collections so just
uploaded my documents and images on a webserver and downloaded them right
after reinstalling the OS.

I heard that KBackup could help with it but I'm not sure if there's any way
to get a 60gb dvd for moving it outta your disk. My guess is that u need to
lend or buy a usb hard-disk and back it up cuz I'm sure that there's alot of
golden bytes in 60gbytes of yours. Gl tho.

On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 10:30 AM, Glenn Meyer <grmeyer at akhet.net> wrote:

> I would like to be able to do a clean install of fibonacci from DVD without
> having to blow away my
> home partition, which I created separately, specifically so that I could do
> a clean install without
> having to back up my 60 GB home partition and then restore it. It appears
> that's not possible in
> 7.0.Is that the case? If so, are there any plans to make it possible to do
> a format and install to
> one partition while preserving another?
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