I just dual booted my laptop with Windows 7 Ultimate (64 Bit) and Ubuntu 12.04 (64 Bit).
First I installed windows 7 with 2 drives (C drive:100 GB and D drive: 530 GB). In the remaining 300 GB of unallocated space, I installed Ubuntu and configured disk partitions as 25 GB for
/, 270 GB for
/usr using the
ext4 file system, and 5 GB of
The problem that I am facing here is "The root partition and user partition are also visible when I am booting from windows as E and F drives respectively".
What exactly I wanted to do is:
- To dual boot my system with Windows and Ubuntu such that any one operating system should not display others file systems. Each operating system should behave in a way that there is no other OS on the computer.
Is it possible friends?