size of partitions worries me
I've managed to install debian etch on my amd64 system
which I dualboot with FreeBSD. I installed it on a
I've chosen to let the installer recommend the
partitions and their sizes and the result is:
Bestandssysteem Grtte Gebr Besch Geb%
/dev/sda2 259M 120M 126M 49% /
tmpfs 1,5G 0 1,5G 0%
udev 10M 100K 10M 1% /dev
tmpfs 1,5G 0 1,5G 0% /dev/shm
/dev/sda9 41G 223M 39G 1% /home
/dev/sda8 373M 11M 343M 3% /tmp
/dev/sda5 4,6G 1,7G 2,7G 39% /usr
/dev/sda6 2,8G 836M 1,8G 32% /var
Epecially the size of the / partition worries me
because I had the experience that in another os
(ubuntu breezer) it filled up quickly.
So what do you recommend? Should I reinstal and change
the partition sizes? I will use it as a desktop pc, so
I already installed KDE and am planning to install
some bitorrent or other p2p program. I will watch
movies on it and burn cd's.
Hope someone can give me some thoughts about this.
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