El sáb 04 ago 2012 14:41:24 COT, Liam Proven escribió: > On 4 August 2012 20:38, Colin Law <clanlaw@goog...> wrote: >> On 4 August 2012 20:34, Liam Proven <lproven@gmai...> wrote: >>> On 4 August 2012 20:31, Hazan Pérez <hapk02@gmai...> wrote: >>>> Hey everyone, >>>> >>>> I have a laptop with Fedora installed in it, but I want to install Ubuntu on >>>> a new partition. I have a "regular" partition schema in that pc (one for /, >>>> another one for /home and the swap). I want to install Ubuntu on a new >>>> partition but I need to have access to my user's data in /home. I could >>>> simply use my user, with the same password, but I know for a fact that this >>>> would break my user's desktop config on BOTH distros... How can I do this, >>>> read/write access of my user's data, without f@#&!$) up my desktop config? >>> >>> I've done this. So long as they use totally different desktops, you're fine. >>> >>> E.g. GNOME 3 + Unity = bad, but KDE + GNOME = no worries. >>> >> >> Might there be problems if you ran different versions of the same app >> on the two distros? They might get confused over config data and so >> on. > > IME, not massively, so long as you keep both distros up to date. > > IRL, of course, you tend to like 1 over the other(s) & end up mainly > or exclusively using it. >
So I can do this if I use different DEs? for example, right now I'm using fedora with gnome 3+ gnome-shell, and I'd end up using Ubuntu with Unity. Wont they interfere with each other even if they both use gnome 3 underneath? The same with Mint with the Cinnamon DE?