Wise Partitioning Scheme?
Just playing around with a new setup and I came up with something, wondering if it a good idea. I've got 200G to work with and I want to triple boot XP and two Linux distros.
Primary partition: 30G FAT32 for windows
Extended partition: 20G for / and /home
Logical Part 1: 8G for first Linux /
Logical Part 2: 2G for /home (only going to be saving config files)
Logical Part 3: 8G for second Linux /
Logical Part 4: 2G for /home
Primary partition: 2G for linux swap
Primary partition: 135G to store data that can be shared between both linux distros.
Do you think this will work?