i have windows 7 os.I want to install ubuntu 12.04 into my system in separate partition.I had made four partitions in windows for windows(100gb),for ubuntu(98.5gb),personal(500,logical).all are ntfs partions.
i want ubuntu to be installed in partion ubuntu created by me.can anyone give a detailed procedure of how to do it.ubuntu and windows partion are primary,NTFS partitions.My ram is 8gb.
I have 3 partitions on my HD: Windows, Ubuntu 12.10 (just installed), & Swap. When I boot the computer into Ubuntu, the side bar shows the Windows partition as mounted and it appears as a "folder" in the list of other folders in "File System". I would like the boot to NOT mount Windows, and to have Windows shown in the Side bar (as it did in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS as "OS").
I just bought recently a new HDD and I'd like to install Ubuntu 12.04 64bit on it as OS. Since I'm a bit new to Linux I don't know exatly how should I create the partitions to fit my needs. I'd like to have 4 partitions in the following order:
1. SWAP (6GB as my RAM)
2. System (30 GB, mounted to /)
3. Home (400 GB, mounted to /home)