dual booting with two hard drives?
Been searcing quite a bit on this. I'm moving to a Win2K/Mandrake dual boot machine. My config is going to be two 80 gig drives, and I was hoping to do the following:
Drive 1 (C): two partitions, one for Mandrake, one for Win2K NTFS
Drive 2 (D): Shared between the OSes, so I was going to do FAT32
My main question- I'd rather use NTFS on the shared drive (D). I know that 9.2 can read NTFS, and there seem to be mixed results writing to NTFS. I'm also a little unsure on how Windows is going to like having a two-drive system with both FAT32 and NTFS (although the Microsoft support site seems to say this is OK), and was wondering if I should partition drive 2 (D) into FAT32 and NTFS partitions, using the FAT32 partition as a way to transfer files between the operation systems.
Anyone have any suggestions? It's my first linux install since college (10+ years ago..) and am a little rusty! Thanks!