Alright, so I’m planning to install arch (via evolution) and I want to keep my Home drive as such in the next installation. Yep, I had checked the ‘home in seperate partition’ option in cnchi when I installed antergos.
Why am I installling via Evo/Lution and not cnchi? Because my internet is slow asf (How much slow? Youtube at 144p wastes my time buffering ) and installing antergos w/gnome in one go is gonna take foreverand I don waana go with any other DE.
With Evo/Lution, I can put Linux, Arch base and basic stuff for installation on one night and seperately install the Gnome DE on the other
Just an idea, I might change my mind, if other suggestions come…
Yeah, so I wanted to know if its possible to mount old ‘home’ partition as a new ‘home’ partition from cfdisk(Evo offers that )
Do I have to manually delete all the .whatever folders from home before installing?
Should I go with arch (all commandline) or Evo or cnchi?