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i would like to ask you help with the following problem:
i bought a new Hard Disk, 120 MB, and I made some partitions on it:
1) / partition, 15 GB
2) swap partition ( 2 times my RAM)
3) /boot partition (20 MB)
4) Windows XP Partition ( 15 MB)
I divided the rest of the hard drive in 2 partitions, each 40 GB:
5) /home ( ext2 type)
6) NTFS partition
On the NTFS partition I have all my Windows documents, and on /home all my linux documents...
I would like to combine the NTFS partition and the /home partition ( 90 GB) , so I can use it always, no matter if I am in Windows or in Linux (Suse 9.0) ....
I'd like to redirect there the Windows "My Documents" (for all users) and the /home (for all users too)
hmmm another thing I'd like to do , is to have a special http folder , and have Apache , PHP and Mysql installed in Linux AND on Windows. ... so , that my server is on everytime my pc is on, no matter if in windows or linux .... and the web documents are on the http folder ...
What can you recommend me? what can I do?
Please, I need help :unsure: