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Scorp 123, What I would do the next time you do a full install is manually partition your HD. Make / about 6 gig, make SWAP twice as big as you available ram and partition the remander as /home. The reason I say this is, when you come to "upgrade" to the latest version, you will only need to reformat your / partition to perform a full install and leave your /home partition with all your configs and personal files intack. This is how I "upgraded" from Barbara to Bea.
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Scorp 123, What I would do the next time you do a full install is manually partition your HD.
I am a Linux user since 1996. Trust me, I know my way around It's just that I'd have preferred to do a simple dist-upgrade instead of reinstalling everything. So, right now I am going to stick with Barbara. She's nice and cute and does exactly what I tell her to do
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