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So I want to switch to Ubunto and currently don't have access to a blank external drive/card. I have a SD card with plenty of memory, but I think you have to use a empty one, please correct me if I'm wrong. If I am wrong about ^, would I be able to partition some memory, put the .iso in there, and install/replace my OS with that? If so, how does one partition? Any help is appreciated.
I'd like to switch from my Crunchbang (Dabien) distro to a Ubunto. Although, I wouldn't like to have to lose all my files and get them again. Is there a way I could change Linux operating systems, but keep all my files? I was thinking about the possibility of doing a dualboot, moving all my files manually to the UBunto partition, then getting rid of Crunchbang. Will this work? If not, I'm open to suggestions.