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I have question regarding, on how to install ubuntu on a SSD... Only boot and core files thou... I have mechanical hdd for storage.

Now for the question: when partitioning... Theres a lot of choices and frankly I'm not familiar with them >_<, since I had my "matrix-like awake out of windows"

It has promted me for a rootfile system... When choose /boot. I then choose / sign for sda. Then it complied fine

My swap is on mechanical hdd with /home sdb.

I'm going for ahci install to hopefully make trim work: -) But why is the boot still a bit slugish? On kubuntu 10.04 it took like a snap with the fingeres

Best regards

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closed as too localized by fossfreedom Feb 18 '12 at 22:24

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