I change linux versions/distributions quite often on one of my computers but I would like to keep my home folder working (keep configuration and files), is there another better solution than making a separate partition for /home ?
I tend to make
You should remember that not everything pertaining to your user account(s) is stored in
The solution to this extended problem is a little more complex, since the exact set of files in
If you have another computer which is connected to yours via network, you can share your home directory via NFS (or some other filesystem). This solution allows you to change your mount and without repartinioning.
Putting your home directory on some USB stick and mount it from that stick could also be an option, depending from your preferences.