I intend to install Linux Mint Debian and give up on the Ubuntu based distros. However when I go through the installer, I get to the point where I'm supposed to choose the size of the different partitions, but can anyone tell me how big should the swap partition be?
I've read online that the size of the swap partition should be determined by the memory.
I've therefore copypasted from my terminal below:
total used free shared buffers cached
1546 6325 0 38 491
-/+ buffers/cache: 1015 6855
Swap: 12011 0 12011
I'm currently using Lubuntu, it got an applicantion in the menu called "discs" and it shows that I currently got a swap
partition on 8,5 GB. Will it therefore be correct just to choose to make the swap partition in Linux Mint Debian 8,5 GB as well?
Can I assume that the swap partition size the installer of an Ubuntu based distro automatically chose is the best size for a partition for Debian based distro as well? (I just chose the default installation when installing Lubuntu as well as other Ubuntu based distros, and therefore didn't have to chose the size of the partition manually)
I guess this probably is a really stupid question, but since I'm fairly new to Linux, and some of the info I found online regarding this question was fairly confusing, I hope you can bear with me. And in case you notice quite some misspellings, I might as well add that English is not my native tongue :)
Any way thanks a lot for the help in advance,