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@joekamprad sorry it’s pacman -Rsc. And I found the deleted dependency and I tried to install it back,thank you
i just bind them with fstab:UUID="put uuid of the data partition here" /mnt/data ext4 defaults,relatime,data=ordered 0 0 /mnt/data/pictures /home/"put your username"/pictures auto bind 0 0 /mnt/data/documents /home/"put your username"/documents auto bind 0 0 /mnt/data/videos /home/"put your username"/videos auto bind 0 0 /mnt/data/music /home/"put your username"/music auto bind 0 0
same you can do under kali liux and then you share all the files only between OS and also after reinstall they are save on the data partition. (backups needed extra also outside the HD)
I totally agree with @joekamprad.
You could use /dev/sdb1 as /data on both operating systems. In /etc/fstab write/dev/sdb1 /data ext4 defaults # could use LABEL=... instead of /dev/sdb1
on both systems, and create the directory in both systems:sudo mkdir /data sudo chown user:user /data # makes you the owner; change "user" to your user name! sudo chmod go-rwx /data # only you have permissons to use /data
In /data you could move $HOME directories like Documents, Music, Downloads, etc. as you wish. Then in both systems make symlinks to /data/Documents etc. in the $HOME folders.
So the process could look something like this for each $HOME folder:cd # go $HOME mv Documents /data/ # move your documents to /data ln -s /data/Documents # make a symbolic link to the documents
Note that on you other system you may already have different stuff, so be careful not to lose anything.
And I’d recommend using only one partition per operating system. So put /var, /usr, /home, etc. just into the folders of the root “/” partition of each system.
The swap partition can (and of course the /data partition should) be shared, just as Joe explained.
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I think it has to do with the specific card, the latest 340xx driver is from before the xorg-server update. So I’m quite certain that it is the xorg-server that causes the problem in my case. (The 340xx update was a day before the xorg-server update)