Of course. You just have to adjust /etc/fstab ... and move your old /home to e.g. /old_home ... as your new home partition will be mounted under /home. Just move ('mv' command) the files over (as root) to the new location.baba wrote:Is it possible to create it after the fact. I know how to use partitioning tools.
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Duh. Of course it tried. /home/* means what it means: *Everything* underneath /home. Really *everything*. Obviously you have to get rid of all your network connections first before you try something like this. Or do it in a text console (outside of any GUI) just to make sure no overly nice program tries to be super-smart and does stuff like that such as mount something on your network underneath your $HOME ...alexander wrote: /home/USERNAME/Network to /mnt/newhome/network !!
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