Re: Optimal Partitions size for flexible Standalone Install 12.04
It's a whole lot of user prefrence and what your going to do with it. Everyone does it slighlty different, I kinda think you should just go with a big fat / a swap partition and leave it at that, definitly don't do more than /, /home, and swap, anything more and it's for very specific, speacilized reasons mostly not applicalbe to your standard destkop.
As for end of the disk begining of the disk. The begining of your disc is faster than the end of your disk, I would put my root at the begining, home middle swap at the end, you hardly ever dive into swap anyways.
I have to run to class and can't really address anything else at the moment.
Last edited by jerome1232; November 15th, 2012 at 07:14 PM.
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