Re: Two Hard Drives, what now.......?
If I were you, I would start fresh. I would format both the Hard Drives clean (after BACKING UP all the important DATA) with Gparted provided in the Ubuntu LiveCD/USB. I would Delete all the partitions and re-create them as I want them, for instance:
Originally Posted by RickFAA
/dev/sda1 : 16 GB Primary "/"
/dev/sda2 : 16 GB Primary "Free" (In case in future I want to install another Verison of Ubuntu or another Distro)
/dev/sda2 : remaining GB for SWAP
/dev/sdb1 : 200 GB Primary "/home" (or "Linux Ext4 without any mountpoint)
/dev/sdb2 : 50 GB Primary Linux_Ext4.
When Installing Ubuntu I would, rather than use 'automatic' disk management, I'd use "Something Else" option to manually select Ubuntu install targets. I like to keep things simple.
You must also, seriously consider using LVM file system since you are using only Linux. Follow the links below to learn more:
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