Thanks a Lot For the Information

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On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 5:24 PM, <name at domain> wrote:

> Here is how I would do it:
> First use a live cd to mount your /home/JoeJoseph partition and remove all
> (hidden) configuration files (you could even remove all directories and
> files starting with a . (rm -rf .*)). These files tend to mess up the
> configuration of the new to install system.
> Then you just reinstall Trisquel. When at the partitioning part, take
> caution not to format your home partition sda8, just create the mount point
> /home/ for it. The other partitions you can format and create the same mount
> points for as before. Do not repartition your HD!
> Then continue the installation. All the normal documents and music and
> pictures and whatever you keep on your home partition will be available as
> before.