I am installing Debian for the first time ever. I picked the "testing" version. I am going through the "expert" GUI installer. I got to the part where it asks how you want to partition your harddrive.
If I install Debian with one big partition for all files (/,/var,/tmp,/home,swap), in the future will I be able to upgrade to the next version of Debian without losing my files under /home?
Or do I need to install on separate partitions to save my /home files when I upgrade in the future?