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[all variants] More partitioning/mounting questions

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http://ubuntuforums.org – From what I have read so far, if you have Ubuntu installed on SDA1 and then mount partitions from SDB, SCD, etc. they are treated as though they are just part of / (root) and you don't actually switch from one disk to another when saving or moving files. Is that correct? If that is true, let me give you an extreme instance and tell me if my logic is wrong: I install Ubuntu on SDA1 and use the entire drive as / (root). During the install, I add a 50 MB SDB1 partition mounted as /home, a 50 MB SDC1 partition mounted as /home and a 50 MB SDD1 partition mounted as /home. Will my /home dir (Hardware)