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New Partition Size in Megabytes: This option sets the number of megabytes that will be allocated to the new partition. The default value takes all of the free space, but since you are going to make both a main partition and a swap partition, you should adjust the size accordingly. Location for the New Partition: This option specifies whether the new partition will be created on the beginning or end area of the free space. It s recommended that you use the beginning. This way, the free space can be seen easily, because it always appears just below all of the partitions. Use As: This option specifies the file system of the new partition. The default option of Ext4 Journaling File System is fine when you are creating the main partition. Mount Point: The mount point is a directory that will act as a location where you can make a disk accessible. The main partition you create for Ubuntu must be mounted as root. This is always represented as a single forward slash (/).
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Figure 4-9. You can create a new partition as long as there is free/unallocated space available. To create the main partition, where the operating system and data will all be stored, reduce the new partition size to leave enough space for swap, choose Ext4 as the format from the Use As drop-down menu, and then set the Mount Point to the forward slash (/) to specify that this partition is the main partition or root file system. Your dialog box should look similar to the one shown in Figure 4-9. Click the OK button to continue.
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Next we ll create the swap partition. If you calculated the main partition size correctly, you can just accept the remaining space for use as swap. Change the Use As option to Swap Area. Leave the rest of the options untouched (note that the swap partition doesn t need a mount point). For example, if the size of the physical RAM is 1GB, the partition size for the swap partition should be set to 1,024MB, as shown in Figure 4-10. Click OK to continue. You should now have partitions ready to go, as shown in Figure 4-11. Note that you may also have an NTFS partition visible if you re dual-booting with Windows. Click Forward to continue.
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Figure 4-10. If you ve done your sums right, the remaining space on the disk should be what you calculated that you wanted for swap.
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Figure 4-11. With your partitions configured, you re ready to move on.
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Next you ll be prompted to say who you are and choose the name you want to use to log in. In answer to the question What Is Your Name you can enter the name by which you ll be formally identified on the system to anyone who uses it. The standard practice is to use your first and last names, separated by a space. Next, you ll be asked for the name you want to use to log in. This username needs to be unique; two users on the same computer cannot have the same username. Also, it must follow these rules: The username should be one word without any spaces in it. You can choose any username consisting of uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers, but not symbols or punctuation. The username cannot begin with an uppercase letter, although you can use uppercase in the rest of the name.
The simplest procedure for choosing a username is to use your own first name, typed entirely in lowercase letters. For example, in Figure 4-12, we ve set the full name to Trevor Parsons and the login name to trevor. Helpfully, Ubuntu will add the first part of the full name to the username space automatically.
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