Help with partitioning 80 gb for new Debian install
I need some help. I want to install debian linux in a 80 gb new hdd. I've been looking arround for some partitioning help, but didnt found really good advice. I don't know how to use this 80 gb in different partitions. I dont want to make only one partition, or generate them automatically, because of my needs. Actually i,m programming and researching, and i need lots of tools and speed!!! I've got a PIV 2.4 with 512 mb RAM (in a nearby future 1gb). I was thinking something like this:
/boot 200 mb
1gb Fat32 partition (to share with another winxp install in another hdd)
/usr and /home with 33gb each.
I'll install lots of programs, sometimes games, and i'll need plenty of space for personal documents....
I need advice on what to do, and if this config is good, bad, etc...
Thanks! and sorry for my english, is not my native lang.