Short note: In theory, installing Chakra on a (separate) NTFS partition should also work, though using ext4 is advised, as this is much better supported by Linux, thus yielding better performance.
on 09/02/2013 – Made popular on 09/02/2013
I had 2 partititions under ext4 plus one partition controlled by NTFS. I have installed Windows 8 on NTFS and after this I have seen that there is only one partition with ext4. Howewer this partition now has size of both partition. Before this first ext4 partition had about 125 GB and second had 50 GB. As I said, now there is one partition, but with size 125+50=175 GB.
Hi,I want to move my /boot partition, which is on the same partition with the rest of the linux system (number 1 on the list below) to it's own partition n.3 (freshly formated to ext4). Mainly because of security reasons.
Hello everyone, I have a 1TB new sata Hard drive I intend to use entirely for Chakra with GPT partition table. I then have Ubuntu and Windows 7 on a separate 250GB Hard drive (MBR partition table) that currently work with Grub 2.I'm unsure as for how to configure Chakra to work with the other two OS's.
I have Ubuntu 13.10 and Windows 7 installed in dual boot on a single SSD. In addition they share an NTFS partition where I put all my data and documents. What is the optimal way to mount this NTFS partition in /etc/fstab (considering performance and minimizing wear of the SSD)?
Similar questions have been asked, but I could not find answers to this particular scenario.