Originally posted by spux
I'm trying to make a dual boot Windows 2000-Debian system.
If my C: partition is NTFS, will that be an issue with Debian?
Since my question is closely related to this I will just ask
here, instead of making a new thread.
I also have NTFS partions on my Windows 2000, but I also
have totally unpartitioned space on my second hard disk,
does Debian detect and use this space automatically?
I know Red Hat does that, but um, thats a bit different
from Debian now isn't it
Also, what partitions and how big do I need, I been
reading the partitioning guide, but it's quite vague on the
subject and since I have only used Red Hat before, some
assistance would be appreciated.
With 1GB Ram I shouldn't need Swap at least, correct?
Go slow, I am a