Hope I'm not asking a stupid question..
I am setting up my laptop with debian slink..
I have a 3GB harddisk..
I split them this way..
1GB NTFS(for WinNT)
1GB Fat(for file sharing between NT and Linux)
1GB ext2 (Debian Slink)
which is broken down to
the rest /usr
is this ok?
I've check the howto files.. but they are of much help.
I encounted problems with it as when using apt.. it seems to cache it into
the /var and thus I can't install anything bigger than my /var size.
is there a better way to config the above? I know DUnix can configure the
/var and /usr to be on the same partition(not soft link) is it possible to
do it in debian?
Chan Chee Seng