Here is the scenario
I have already downloaded the ubuntu 12.10 desktop 32bit on ubuntu site.
Now I want to put it in my 4gb flash drive using the universal installer.
Assuming i have a 100GB hard drive, I want to use 30GB for Ubuntu. (Is 30GB OK for the Ubuntu partition or should I put a little higher, like 50GB?)
- So there will be 70GB partition of my windows7 home premium 64bit
- So 100gb= 30gb ubuntu + 70gb windows
I will use windows 7 disk management to cut off 30GB before installing. I'm not sure if using this disk partitioning method can totally cut the disk partitioning away from windows. (if theres another method to totally take away a disk partition please do recommend it) 'for me to sure that it will not affect the original OS.'
I'm actually very new to Ubuntu. So explain it detail by detail. The laptop that I will install Ubuntu in is not mine.
I will use this OS for our thesis project so please advise me.
I also have 'wubi.exe' but I'm not comfortable using it.