Correct partition decision?
I've been using linux since the early days of Mandrake...and currently am a big fan of K/Ubuntu.
While a full switch didn't quite work for me, I'm going to dual boot soon.
In prep I repartitioned my 120gb drive.
Now it is:
~75gb C: windows NTFS
~22gb D: MP3's FAT32
~6gb / resierfs
~8gb /home reiserfs
The biggest change for me here over previou installs was to move my MP3's to the D drive, with a FAT32 format. I did this to be able to receieve/edit/frequently use my mp3's in both Linux and Windows. They are something I can't live without. I have 13gb, and left myself plenty of room for more. Was this a good decision? I obviously didn't want Linux writing to NTFS for my mp3's...although I will still read NTFS for some files (word docs, etc.).
What'd you think, esp regaring the D drive?