in the last days I heard of Wine 3.0. Also I heard of PCI passthrough and so on.
Because of some reasons I want go away from Windows.
I'm using linux (Ubuntu/Debian) at work for four years now.
Now I want to build an Arch-Linux setup at home.
Some background to me:
I don't play so much anymore, I want to play Overwatch mainly
I'm german native speaker (sry when my english isn't so well)
- 450MB Recovery
- 100MB EFI
- 213GB Windows (C:)
- 871MB Another recovery (Don't know were this comes from ^^')
- 24GB SSD Fallback
- Home 465GB (D:)
- Programms 1863GB (E:)
- Files 931GB (F:)
- Steam 1862GB (S:)
(size, label, dir, drive/partition)
SSD 256GB /dev/sda
- 512MB BOOT
- 255GB ROOT
500GB HDD /dev/sdb
- 449GB HOME
- 16GB SWAP /dev/sdb2
2TB HDD /dev/sdc
- 1863GB PROGRAMS
Question to that: can I make one partition and put
/var into this?
/usr? systemd separate-usr-is-broken
1TB HDD /dev/sde
- 931GB FILES /dev/sde1 or NTFS and let it as it is
Not really a plan with this I used it for recorded video material
2TB HDD /dev/sdd
- 1862GB STEAM
Can I make a directory on
/steam? otherwise is it possible to do
/opt/steam on this drive?
What is it? Should I put this into another drive than SSD?