I 1 to windows/chave a machine with two HD. The first has XP already installed. The second I would like to install United Linux on 80GB of the 160GB total. I am at the partition screen now.
create swap partition 1.oGB /dev/hdc2
create root partition 142.6GB(/dev/hdc3 with reiser)
set mount point of hdb1 to /windows/c
set mount point of hdc1 to /windows/d
I would like to have a
swap of 4GB
TMP of 2GB
usr of 40GB I guess that is where software will be installed.
home of 20GB I guess that is where the /home/username is.
How do I set that up?
It shows the HD as hdc start 0 end 20022
linux swap start 1275 end 1405
linux native start 1406 end 20022
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