Sorry for the mixup. I meant two separate OS' in dual-boot, Windows XP and 64Studio (A Music Studio OS built on Debian GNU/Linux).
But I do have a stupidly complex system. To be honest.
I have two hard drives. 80GB and 320GB
Across these I have around 7 partitions (excluding swaps):
- 10GB for Windows XP system.
- 180GB for Cross Platform Recorded Audio Files.
- 40GB for Installing Windows Apps.
- 20GB for VST/VSTi's and other shared plugins
- 30GB for Cross Platorm file sharing
- 70GB for 64Studio system
- Leaving around 50GB for a possible third OS.
I haven't yet tried FreeBSD, but I thought I might be worth a shot.
But maybe I should wait about a year or two for FreeBSD to upgrade itself. Linux works on 95% of all hardware. I'm not sure how BSD is doing, but I'll try again, maybe when I get the time to save up the cash to build a new system with FreeBSD in mind.
Yes... All this talk of milder winters and I see that it is snowing at 4am in the morning! Then again, Shropshire is quite the anomaly when it comes to comparing itself to the rest of Britain.