I installed Kubuntu 21.04 on a machine with Windows a few days ago. I selected the proposed disk config during the installation and have the following partitions now:
I'd like to place Kubuntu on the SSD for obvious performance reasons now. If I start a new installation I only get the options:
- Guided - use entire disk
I know some things about partitioning, MBR, boot loaders and the like but I don't know enough to do a manual config for the following:
- Leave Windows system (
sda2) and data (
sdb1) where they are.
sdb4to the unallocated size of
sdaand move it there. (Is this even possible?)
- Partition the then unallocated space on
sdbfor Linux data.
I don't care about where the boot loader is located. It can stay where it is now on
Abandoning the recently installed Kubuntu on sdb[2|3|4] and achieving the above with a fresh installation is also an option.
From deleted answer herein:
No further answers required any longer. See my answer to "No available connections" after upgrading from 21.04 to 22.04:
I ended up with abandoning Ubuntu and installing openSUSE Tumbleweed. This means a few days of installing/configuring now but I don't have mercy with OSs that do not work as they did before after an upgrade. Fortunately with Linux there's always an alternative.
All mount points but
/homeare on the SSD now. That's fine for me.