So the other day I purchased a 128gb SSD for my desktop.
Currently I run 12.10 on a SATA drive, but want to do a clean install on the SSD and run that as the main OS drive+apps.
I've been reading everywhere that I should set up a HDD as a 'Storage' drive, for all data not going on the SSD. This is logical, and I will be using the 300gb drive I currently do--but my question is, is there any way to make that HDD the 'default' save-space for the OS?
What I mean is that, I assume when I install Ubuntu on the SSD it will establish all the folders (docs, pics, videos, downloads &c&c) and will want to--by default--access these whenever I click into them.
Is there a way to set that up on a separate drive and 'default' in to that, rather than the SSD?