Re: How to block kernel updates
On Sat, 2014-02-08 at 10:13 +0000, Joe wrote:
> As Chris and others have said elsewhere, one partition is generally OK
> on a workstation. You might keep /home on a separate one, to make
> reinstallation a little easier if it becomes necessary, but if you're
> keeping valuable data in /home, you should be backing it up anyway.
Yes, one partition has got the advantage that you don't need to care
about how to allocate HDD space. Even a separated /home partition isn't
needed, _but_ if you e.g. need to read/write data for real-time usage,
it might be useful to have a separated drive for this data.