Here's how my partitions look like:
/dev/sda free space 1 MB /dev/sda1 ntfs 471 MB 398 MB /dev/sda2 efi 104 MB 33 MB Windows Boot Manager /dev/sda3 16 MB unknown /dev/sda4 ntfs 127440 MB 90236 MB free space 0 MB /dev/sdb free space 250059 MB
As you can see I have a 128 GB SSD with windows installed on and a 250 GB SSD which I'm about to install linux on.
I'm going to set a primary partition for root and assign 64 GB and Ext4 to it, an extended partition for /home and assign it as logical and set 128 GB with Ext4 and another extended partition for swap, logical, 16 GB, at the end of the free space and again Ext4; is this correct?
I have 58 GB free space left do I need to assign it to some mount points like /boot or /tmp or /usr etc. ?
Device for boot loader installation: where should I install it? an article on the internet suggested if I install it on a partition other than where windows is installed I have to assign linux manually in MBR so what's the best course of action here? .