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It's been ages since I posted something here, but, my view is that if and when someone posts anything, it'd better be worth posting. Do not waste anyone's time with drivel...so, I'm not about to waste your time...
The word anyone out there is scared of:
...there, I scared you. Had one just this weekend. Arch update. Somehow the kernel didn't compile, somehow glibc didn't want to update, somehow some manual intervention had to...
Been a while...I moved house, so, I've had some stuff on my hands/mind/whatever else...
Okay, today, a new Arch install. On a 80Gb drive. With a 250Gb secondary hard drive as slave drive.
Why? Well, simple.
Let's consider a partitionig scheme:
100 Mb as boot
memory * 2 as swap (why not)
2Gb as user space
and the rest as OS space.
Why? Well, my current install gets cramped. I stuck to de defaults of the installer and...