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Suppose you have a 1 terabyte (TB) hard drive on which you are going to install Linux. Determine the partitions that you would create.


  • Suppose you have a 1 terabyte (TB) hard drive on which you are going to install Linux. Determine the partitions that you would create. Suggest how you would allocate the disk space to those partitions. Provide a rationale for your response.
  • Give one (1) example of a situation where one might create partitions on a Windows machine. Explain why an individual would do so.

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First, I created a/bootpartition at 128 MG. This is larger than I will need, and big enough to give me space if I need it. I... View the full answer

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