A Look at the Ubuntu Installer
aurelien.naldi at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 10:10:36 UTC 2008
On Jan 8, 2008 11:30 PM, (``-_-´´) -- Fernando <ubuntu at bugabundo.net> wrote:
> On Monday 07 January 2008 21:10:41 Mackenzie Morgan wrote:
> > 10GB is more than enough under normal usage. You'd have to install..all of
> > GNOME, KDE, Enlightenment...and it still wouldn't be full. Even with all
> > that and a lot more, I'm at around 7GB full.
> > On Jan 7, 2008 4:05 PM, Mario Vukelic <mario.vukelic at dantian.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > On Tue, 2008-01-08 at 09:50 +1300, Jonathan Musther wrote:
> > > > One thing I've been thinking would be good for quite some time is
> > > > creating separate / and /home partitions by default.
> > >
> > > While a separate /home makes reinstalls easier, how would you know the
> > > size of / the user needs?
> $ df -h
> Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
> /dev/sda1 9.7G 6.5G 2.7G 71% /
> 10 GiBs for small disks, and 20GiBs should be enough for most beginners and powerusers.
> Even powerfull users will most probably set extra mountpoints.
No (licensing or other) flame war intended but I can't refrain from
thinking that using ZFS  would solve this stupid reccuring
question. Does any one here have any hint about any hope getting ZFS
working well with linux ? (I only know about a FUSE port, progressing
slowly). This is currently the only thing trying to push me away from
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