[lug] fork from network drives as backup

John Hernandez John.Hernandez at noaa.gov
Fri Jul 28 13:49:32 MDT 2006

Nate Duehr wrote:
> Paul E Condon wrote:
>> own homegrown substitute the net-install. Other distributions may not
>> spend the effort that Debian does to segregate fixed and variable
>> data. YMMV
> :%s/may not/definitely do not/g

Across the several distros I've used recently, they're all good about
keeping the fixed and variable data separate.

Take Red Hat as an example, or SuSE.  Like Paul said, /etc, /home, /srv,
/usr/local, /var, and /root.  Are there really any major outliers in
this regard?


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