Before anyone wants to mark this as a duplicate: I do not want to put my /home on another partition.
I'm going to buy a 250GiB SSD to replace the 640GiB HDD in my laptop computer. However, since 250GiB is too less space for my files and the system, I'm going to remove the DVD drive and install the HDD into the now-empty space using a HDD Caddy, where I want to put my files onto.
However, I still want things like
~/.local etc. on the SSD, since my HDD is a real performance bottleneck and applications will most likely load faster if all their config is on the SSD. But all other stuff I want on the HDD: Documents, Pictures, Music, ...
Is there any way to accomplish this in a way where I don't notice the partition difference? E.g. I'd like not to mount all my data at e.g.
/media/data, but I'd like to have the directories from the HDD root mounted 1:1 inside my home. Where and how woud I have to mount the HDD root?
/home/username/ .config/ .local/ .PlayOnLinux/ # -> not sure yet Documents/ -> HDD/Documents/ Pictures/ -> HDD/Pictures/ Downloads/ -> HDD/Downloads/ .bashrc #... #Anything undefined to SSD