How big a hard drive for installation?
I've read a lot on google, and searched the forums here, but one thing I have yet to find is how big should the drive/partition really be? I've read a lot of "start with 10 gig or so, and if you enjoy linux, then partition more space and re-install".
I plan to move away from XP as much as possible (some testing will require it), but would like to live on Linux if at all possible.
I have two hard drives in the system. one 40 GB sata and one 80GB sata.
If I plan to make this my everyday machine, is the 40GNB enough, or should I run it on the 80 GB drive?
I plan to run SUSE, and would like to try both KDE as well as GNOME to see which one I like better.
Aside from that, I will be web browsing, e-mail, and I would like to experiment with some multimedia. I would like to do some gaming as well, but that is not a priority.
Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Re: How big a hard drive for installation?
If it was me and I planed on useing linux the most then I would use the 80gb drive.
Originally Posted by nutznboltz2003
I like kde better than Gnome but they are both really good to use.
I still have a copy of xp on here someplace, I use Suse 99.9% of the time along with gentoo and knoppix from time to time.