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Normally, the data from your /home partition is packed too in the remaster (=> included in the .iso you get after remastering your install)
Hi SpeedVin, I think your /home will overwrite your existing /home on a remaster install. If you want to preserve your existing /home files, you can exclude them from your remaster with --nodir ^/home/speedvin. I backup files separately to keep my remaster within size limitations.Have fun!John
The only advice I can supply is that after numerous failures, I discovered that there are a ton of hidden files in the home directory. Many I have no idea why they are in the home directory, basic qt files, kde.old files, ect.