[haiku-development] Re: My First Haiku Project?

I personnaly have a 20 Gb hard drive, split as the followings:- 5 Gb for
Zeta R1.21
- 5 Gb for Haiku (more or less) stable
- 10 Gb as a storage BFS disk, used by both (MP3, movies, photos, ... )

I didn't install all stuffs on the Zeta installer but the whole system and
softwares (Wonderbrus, Gobe, ...) is 2.5 Gb. No need of 20 Gb for an Haiku
installation...

Rémi

On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 15:30, Michael Crawford <mdcrawford@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> On Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 5:51 AM, scott mc <scottmc2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > You should first get a linux build partition setup
>
> I expect I can do that Sunday.  But I have a question:
>
> If I have an 80 Gig disk, and I want four operating systems, Ubuntu,
> BeOS 5 Pro, "Haiku Stable" and "Haiku Unstable", how many Gb do you
> recommend I devote to each system?
>
> I'm asking because it's hard to back out from such an initial
> decision, if one's filesystems aren't resizable.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Mike
> --
> Michael David Crawford
> mdcrawford at gmail dot com
>
>   Enjoy my art, photography, music and writing at
> http://www.geometricvisions.com/
>        --- Free Compact Disc ---
>
>

Other related posts: