OS: Ubuntu 13.10, Kali-Linux, Windows 7 Ultimate
H/W: asus laptop, i7, 1tb hdd, 8gb ram
Since my hard drive already had 3 primary partitions I cannot create a dedicated swap partition for Ubuntu and Kali-Linux. I want to have 20gb of swap space for Ubuntu and 20gb for Kali-Linux.
My question is:
Is it possible and how should I go about it?
A link to a how to would be great! I'm trying to avoid system errors, and blue screens, and other bothersome issues.
Secondly, I use symantec ghost to build two hard drvies at a time (an exact copy in case of a system crash). Will it be able to see and copy
ext4 partitions(Kali-linux and Ubuntu13.10) onto a second hard drive? Will they be interchangeable?
It works for my windows 7 install but I wasn't sure about
ext4 and also my