I want to Installing Ubuntu 12.04 along windows 7 and I have 500 GB Hard Disk and I have already partitioned it to 100 GB As C, 100 GB As D: Drive, 100 GB As E Drive and Remaining As F: Drive. So What would be the best course of action to install Ubuntu in D: Drive?
marked as duplicate by Marco Ceppi♦ Oct 23 '12 at 14:41
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If you want dual system just boot from ubuntu live cd and chose
Best choise is to make / ex4 primary partition with 20 gigs of amount space(as it says in official instruction 15 is enough) Then make swap partition with double amount size of your ram and finaly create /home ex4 partition there will be all files stored so make it big enough to have media and downloads.Then if you continue to install without mesing up windows drive system grub will detect your windows partition and put it in boot list