So I've scoured a lot of different articles and I think I have a decent idea of what to do here but I'm hoping someone will be willing to hold my hand a bit here.
I've been running 12.04 as a wubi install on my Windows 7 box, and I'm ready to bite the bullet and make the switch. I recently purchased a 120gb Samsung 840 EVO SSD to use as the boot/OS drive, and will be changing my current primary HDD (on which resides the Windows 7 install and 12.04 wubi install) to the secondary/data drive.
Can I install Ubuntu onto the new drive easily from either within the Windows or Ubuntu environment or do I need to boot from CD/USB?
I understand that swapping to the SSD is bad, so I want to make sure if I keep swapping on or high swappiness that I'm swapping to the HDD and not the SSD. How do I do this, and should I?
I've seen a shell script for migrating an existing wubi install onto a new primary install, but I'm not sure if this is good to use for an SSD or if I should start from scratch for any reason.
Any other sagely advice is greatly appreciated!