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Old September 20th, 2013, 05:45 PM   #964 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by MoodyBlues View Post
Same here with swap always going last. Here's my standard partitioning scheme:

Code:
/
/home
/data
[swap space]
All of my computers are all Linux, i.e., no dual-booting any...*cough*...other OS. But not other Linux distros either, just one hard drive, one OS.


You're giving me hard drive envy!
Oh, well I am more or less forced to multiboot-- I need Win for certain programs that don't work well (or at all) on Linux, and every year or so I install a new distro or version to try out.

That way my main OS is safe and secure from accidents resulting from upgrades or experimental add-ons.

As for the HDD, I had to pay dearly for that.

... for the record, my Data drive sits ahead of my root drive because it is shared between Windows 8 and Mint (NTFS).
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