Partition Strategy for WinXP/Ubuntu/Backtrack
I've taken a couple of days off work to rebuild my beloved laptop, I'm going the whole hog (or should that be penguin?) this time and having 2 different distro's as well as XP (I know, I know) on it.
I'm installing Windoze XP Pro, Ubuntu, and Backtrack.
My laptop has a 60Gb UDM100 drive in it, and 512Mb DDR SDRAM.
My question is this: What would be the best partitioning strategy to use when I'm installing the different Operating Systems?
Concious of the fact that Windoze is horribly bloated (as is most of the software that comes with it) I had considered something like:
I know that there need to be additional smaller partitions within the Linux partitions, if someone could give me some idea of the 'ideal' sizes for those as well I would appreciate it.
Thanks a lot :)