I have a kinda complicated situation. I have two hard disks:
- A 80 GB HD, with a single partition taken by Windows 7
- A 300 GB HD, with 20 GB of empty space, a NTFS partition of about 200 GB meant to be used as home folder, and about 70 GB of more empty space. The deal with the empty space is that I had other OSes installed before and when I removed them I got this. I know it's messy, but it's what I have.
I want to install Ubuntu on the second hard disk. I was thinking about using the first empty 20 GB for the OS and the other, larger empty space for /usr. Does this make sense?
The other thing is that I want to dual boot with Windows 7. Will the Ubuntu installer deal with it? I have done this before, but never on more than one disk.