Hi All! I want to move to ubuntu Budgie from Linux Lite 4.8 and would like to break as little as possible in the process
I have a 3.8TB LVM block device (Ext4, v1.0) mounted at /home, and another 1.2 TB block device at /media/backups. Current filesystem root is on a 240GB SSD. There’s a spare (unmounted) 120GB SSD available too.
- Will the Budgie install recognise the existing block devices properly / safely and enable me to re-use them without me having to restore huge amounts of data from backups onto new lvm block device(s)?
- Should I install the new Budgie in parallel on the spare 120GB SSD? …or can I safely install the LL5.4 on the 240GB SSD, wiping the LL4.8?
- …or, more bravely, could/should I consider creating an LVM 360GB SSD block device combining the two SSD’s, and install on top of that? What’s the best way of doing that?