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Ubuntu backup awesomeness

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Twas a night before Christmas it was the 12th to be exact at 3 am beside my computer I did sat.

My ubuntu did stall, I had pondered and pondered and did a fresh install.

Swiftly I got to the the manual partition, then suddenly I had a fine apparition.

What I had saw in my wandering minds eye was my home directory gone arye.

And never again would I have to stay awake so late instead I shall be sleeping (isnt that great).

I jumped and I yelled with vigour and excite “Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night”

(ok im stopping with the poetry its too hard to make everything rhyme)
What that meant was my lucid install broke because of multiple issues with Xorg because I use the Nvidia drivers. The straw that broke the camel’s back was trying out the RGBA stuff thats coming in for lucid.

Long story short I had lots of problems

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