Is it possible to create a FAT32 Parition in Ubuntu Persistent USB that is Windows-readable? If so how?
I created a FAT32 partition in the past and labelled it as '/windows', though this was unable to be read by Windows 7 and only accessible through the root user on Ubuntu - I eventually was able to read it through editing fstab, but just as before, on Windows 7 it said 'The drive 'x' must be formatted before it can be used.' or something along those lines. I have since formatted and am now in the process of deciding partitions and sizes, but I believe I created the '/windows' partition as Primary, 2GB, and as FAT32. Should it be logical, or within the '/home' partition?
On a separate note, which subdirectories of '/' should I create as a separate partition, and how large - especially for '/home' - is it necessary?