I don't really know anything about dual booting etc. and my computer literate friends think that linux is only a server thing and stupid to use on PCs, so I am without any help.
How do you recommend I install Lycoris Linux? I have an 80 Gig and 40 Gig drive on my main computer and I would like to install Lycoris on it. I would like to install Lycoris on a partition on the 40Gig drive, I want to save roughly 20 Gigs of that drive to use as a backup for my Windows Apps, but I will use the other 20 for Lycoris.
Should I wait and see if I can find a Linux guru when school starts backup in a month, or can I handle this on my own? I don't want to screw over my other hard drive and have to reinstall windows.
What do you guys think I should do?
Oh yeah, I also have a laptop that I could spare about 10 Gigs on for Linux, would that be a better option as I don't care about much of the data on that laptop?
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