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It depends also on how many kernels you want to have available. A normal kernel, a "xen" kernel, a "desktop" kernel and in more than one version really sums up well. I wouldn't go for smaller than 500MB. Resizing a front-positioned partition afterwards takes a lot of time.

If you are creating a virtual machine, a separate (virtual) disk may come in handy for several partitions (/home, /boot, /) if you are not familiar with LVM.

It depends also on how many kernels you want to have available. A normal kernel, a "xen" kernel, a "desktop" kernel and in more than one version really sums up well. I wouldn't go for smaller than 500MB. Resizing a front-positioned partition afterwards takes a lot of time.

It depends also on how many kernels you want to have available. A normal kernel, a "xen" kernel, a "desktop" kernel and in more than one version really sums up well. I wouldn't go for smaller than 500MB. Resizing a front-positioned partition afterwards takes a lot of time.

If you are creating a virtual machine, a separate (virtual) disk may come in handy for several partitions (/home, /boot, /) if you are not familiar with LVM.

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It depends also on how many kernels you want to have available. A normal kernel, a "xen" kernel, a "desktop" kernel and in more than one version really sums up well. I wouldn't go for smaller than 500MB. Resizing a front-positioned partition afterwards takes a lot of time.