In preparation to make my first LFS System, I just realize I lost my notes concerning the Linux partitions sizes (for /, /home, ect.)
Honestly, other than /, swap, and /home, I can't even remember what the partitions were
! Much less how big to make them. I know there is no fixed size, since it all depends on how much software you'll install and space you need, but I forgot what the "golden rules" were for setting the partition sizes
So... when making a Linux System, what partitions will you need and what are the guidelines for their size?
Thanks, I would REALLy appreciate
(I know I came accross it... maybe somewhere in my "How Linux Works" Book, but the only thing I could [after briefly searching] was "Swap Space should be at least twice as big as your actual physical memory"... or maybe I found it on the FHS? I Don't Remember, I need to find it and study more