I am using Ubuntu 16.10. I tried installing 16.04, but I had the no signal input issue with that. I have a new HDD (1TB WD Black), a new SSD (Samsung 850 EVO 250GB) and my old storage HDD (1TB WD Green).
I've had a lot of problems with installing the OS, sometimes because of bugs, sometimes because of my lack of knowledge.
I'm not familiar with mount points and I think I’ve done something wrong and I can't find the solution online. During installation I made a 20GB partition on my new black HDD for the
/ mounting point, a 20GB partition of SWAP also on my black HDD and a 10GB partition for EFI also on the black HDD, the rest of the space on the Black HDD I made the
/home mountpoint. The space on the SSD I made one whole partition with no mountpoint and I didn't do anything to the WD Green HDD.
I'm sure it's not optimal, but it got my system running. When I look at my storage specs I see the old WD Green HDD showing up as "1TB Volume" and what I believe is the
/ partition I made showing up as "Computer" with a max size of 19.5 GB, but when I go inside it's folders I see the Home folder with a free space of 895GB. I don't see the SSD either.
What am I doing wrong/not doing? Also how do I select where to install a new program? I’m a bit rusty at Linux.
I am running a completely new install running a system build hours ago. No software is installed yet,
NAME TYPE MODEL FSTYPE LABEL SIZE MOUNTPOINT
sdb disk WDC WD1003FZEX-0 931.5G
├─sdb4 part ext4 892G /home
├─sdb2 part vfat 1.9G /boot/efi
├─sdb3 part ext4 18.6G /
└─sdb1 part swap 19.1G [SWAP]
sdc disk WDC WD10EZRX-00L 931.5G
└─sdc1 part ntfs 931.5G /media/sparrow/827A97AD7A979D0B
sda disk Samsung SSD 850 232.9G
└─sda1 part ext4 232.9G /hs