Katzedecimal wrote:1) The default 'guided' installation mounts at / and makes /home part of /, not mounted as a separate partition. Are there advantages to mounting /home as a distinct partition from / or is that merely a matter of preference?
Katzedecimal wrote:2) I understand that the / partition needs to be a primary partition and flagged as bootable. If I used a /home partition, would it be marked as primary as well, or extended? Would a data partition be primary as well? If /home was to be extended, would data be a logical partition within the extended partition? What's the most preferred way to go when going the simple route?
Katzedecimal wrote:3) Where to mount a data partition and how to label it. Looking at the mountpoint choices available in Gparted, I see mainly /, /home, /usr, /var, /mnt, etc, without much room to customise. What's the best way to mount a data partition?
Katzedecimal wrote:I did try making a data partition on my laptop's drive, and though it, uh, sort of works, it definitely isn't pretty So yeahhhhhh, a little help appreciated before I go screwing up my precious desktop machine Please talk slowly for the timid person, I'm not brave without hand-holding
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