Re: NO! (Was: Re: Corel/Debian Linux Installer)
Andreas Tille <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Mon, 16 Aug 1999, tony mancill wrote:
> > I guess that we need to decide on 3 (or more?) different profiles for
> > the install.
> I really don't have so mauch expieriences in partitioning harddisks
> as the people which talked in this thread. But in my humble
> opinion the fact that WE NEED PROFILES is very importand.
> So what about this plan:
> 1) Define some (3-5) profiles.
I think we need exactly 1 profile: clueless Windows-users wo haven't
used linux before and don't really know what they will do with it. All
others won't use the defaults anyway. Come on, folkes, people who have
a squid proxy or do number crunching wilk know how to partition.
For this profile I suggest:
max(64, min(128, 2 * RAM)) swap
I really cannot see why splitting / would gain anything to the casual