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Can I install Ubuntu so that most accessed files reside on SSD 2GB (old Ausus eee 2Gb) and remainder of files reside on large SD card in card slot?

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Well, the Ubuntu Desktop System requirements say that you need 5GB of disk space. But they also mention that hard drive memory issues can be resolved by using a Live System. If you want to do that you might want to try a Persistent Live USB installation. But here's the catch: Such a system uses a lot of RAM. So, checking your RAM capacities is probably a good idea.

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@Wilzer, does that help? – strom Sep 15 '12 at 14:41

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