"Michael Vondung" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Backup matters aside, is there a significant advantage of having a separate
> /home partition at all? If not, just skipping /home and using 70GB for /usr
> (including /usr/home) might be the most practical and flexible approach?

If it's not a server, then, no, sticking those together in a single
partition is probably the most convenient approach.  Personally, I
wouldn't ignore backup issues -- they are the main impetus behind my
own partitioning schemes -- but for a user desktop, other concerns
aren't that important.
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