Joined: Feb. 2007
||Posted: June 14 2008,19:02
You'll need to tweak your fstab manually. If you're not too picky and just want to access the data on the other partition, you can let DSL install as normal, use its /home mounted on /, and then set a mount point in $HOME (/home/dsl/data) and mount the other (old home) partition there. I do that so I can access the same files between distros (and BSD). That would also solve the problem of config files hats mentioned.
(cleaned up and clarified)
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