Hello, after a year, almost two working on Ubuntu, I decided to switch on Manjaro. The problem is that I’m struggling for several hours to figure this out.
The thing is that I have a laptop which had only Ubuntu and my PC with a 250 GB SSD and 1TB HDD and I decided to migrate from windows to Manjaro.
I followed so many answers on Stack, Reddit, I simply don’t know what else to do.
I really need a partition scheme and a way to fix this issue if i will ever encounter. I need something in a way that my SSD should be only for system files, and my HDD for games. The PC is strictly for gaming (Lutris, Steam, etc.), you might be asking why I’m doing this, beacuse I also want to study and I prefer having Linux with 3 of my favourite games, rather than Windows with games that drain my time.
As far as I know, Lutris is trying to install it’s things where’s the root folder, is it possible to make it download and install it’s games on the 1TB HDD and have no problem? The last partiton scheme I’ve done was like this :
On SSD :
- 512 mb ; fat 32, /boot/efi and esp flag
- 6 GB ; ext4, /usr/
- rest of it ; ext4 , /
On HDD :
- 6 GB ; ext 4 , /var/
- 20 GB ; ext4 , /usr/local
- 20 GB ; ext4 . /var/log
- rest of it ; ext4 , /home
Surprisingly Manjaro installed, when I rebooted I got this error
Root device mounted succesfully but usr/sbin/init does not exist. Bailing out you are on your own. God luck. \ sh : can't access tty : job control turned off
My PC specs are : AMD Ryzen 5 1500X , nvidia GTX960 and 8GB RAM, I’m writing this from my laptop which runs Kubuntu 18.04.
tl;dr : I need a partition scheme for an SSD and HDD, to install Manjaro on SSD and install games (Lutris, Steam) and other things on HDD