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6 hours ago, happywire said:

120GB sounds a bit tight but if you don't do games or video/audio encoding, in fact if you just use the machine for coding for web development it should be fine.

No gaming, at all, no graphic/video design nor editing. Also no MS Office and stuff.

Occasionally I fire up Fusion360 for creating 3D models for 3D printing. Krita and MyPaint for graphic tablet drawing. Illustrator for vector design. That's all my graphical needs ?
After reinstalling Win earlier this week, I have 75GB remaining. 

I do have another 120GB SSD from an old Debian installation that I could format and use. 

  • Intel® Core™ i5-2520M (2.5GHz, 3MB L3, 1333MHz FSB) upgraded to 12 GB RAM
  • Windows 10 Home Edition - version 1809 - OS Build 17763.379


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Regarding this

Do you still need help doing a dual boot?
If you don't need Windows natively you can always run it in a VM and hence have access to software that is Windows only.
Given you seem to go with Linux, all I can say is, keep it that way.

I only have dual boot since I need native access to Windows because I am using Elgato alongside external audio/video recording that is directly fed back to the recording machine.
There is no way for me to run Windows in a VM and be able to use that hardware unfortunately, otherwise I would have done so.

Mind you, if you still want to go dual boot it is imperative to install Windows first and then Linux (I think).
I have Kubuntu running, not sure about how to do it with Debian, though I am sure it is doable.

Here is a Debian post on how to get it done: https://wiki.debian.org/WindowsDualBoot

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53 minutes ago, OrganizedFellow said:

Ran a fresh install of Debian two nights ago.

Sorted for that part.

I guess you will now be able to also turn on or off https or what I do, either just visit the the local project through the http or https protocol.

I used Wamp, then XAMPP and now Devilbox, from the things I have done so far, Devilbox has been quite approachable, if you use it for ProcessWire make sure to pick the right containers in the .env file.

All the best amigo!

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