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Does anybody here knows how to install PCLinuxOS without reformatting the /home partition?? I tried but the install stops at approximately 62%.. any ideas? This is kinda an URGENT... Thank ...
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    Exclamation Installing PCLinuxOS Without Reformatting /home?


    Does anybody here knows how to install PCLinuxOS without reformatting the /home partition??

    I tried but the install stops at approximately 62%..
    any ideas? This is kinda an URGENT...

    Thank you.

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    Is your /home on a separate partition from /?
    Have you tried just doing an upgrade? That should leave the current settings intact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by budman7 View Post
    Is your /home on a separate partition from /?
    Have you tried just doing an upgrade? That should leave the current settings intact.
    Yes, my /home is on separate partition.
    How can I do an upgrade? I don't see any upgrade icon from the livecd...

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    I've dealt with that odd 62 percent figure in the past. It is an oddball situation. I think you might want to try again. Simply try installing again. I remember I had to reboot three times before it went past the 62%. This was over a year ago, though, that I had that situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent-X View Post
    I've dealt with that odd 62 percent figure in the past. It is an oddball situation. I think you might want to try again. Simply try installing again. I remember I had to reboot three times before it went past the 62%. This was over a year ago, though, that I had that situation.
    I tried like a gazillion times but it didn't work. Now I'm trying to download the iso file and burn it on a cd all over again. I'll post back the result...

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