using flash drive for /home directory?
my setup is this: i've got windows XP installed on a 60GB harddrive (family insists, and i've tried resizing the partition, to no avail) so i installed a second harddrive. problem is, this hd is only 5.4gb, and i've got debian 3.1 sarge installed on there. it fits, and doesn't go too slow, which is awesome. problem is, occasionally files build up (i'm assuming it's my music, since when i remove it, the problem goes away) and suddenly i'm not able to log in. i then have to go in as root and either delete/move to a flashdrive all those files. this is getting to be a pain. my question is, is it possible to mount my flashdrive at boot and have it used as my /home directory, or at least as part of it, like, have some folders on it (like media, etc) so that i don't run into this problem?