I'm getting a new computer with a 120GB SSD and a 500GB HDD @ 5400rpm, I will install Arch Linux on it and maybe Windows at some point. My indecision starts with the following issues:
I though about installing Linux
/ (root 60GB) and
/home (remaning+2nd HDD). And the trouble starts here, how do I "divide" the
/home partition in an SSD and an HDD? Should I do it this way or would I be better of with 120GB root partition (rather useless I think) and 500GB
/home or is there a good way to do this. Should I choose GPT or MBR? GPT for SSD or for the HDD? Or for both?
What advantages would I get with GPT? And with MBR?
Sorry if it looks like I haven't looked up an answer before posting but I have but I still can't see it clear as to what to do.
PD: The computer comes with no OS pre-installed so I don't have to worry about Secure Boot things (those new problems encountered in Win8).