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    hi guys,

    is there any paper or document that could give me more detailed and simple information about partition on linux and how to do it ??, couse i would like to make a partition on my new fedora core 19 just like on my windows PC which have 2 partition one as the OS and the other as the data,

    thanks and regards

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    Hi,

    Here you can follow the fedora installation guide section partitioning : docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/16/html/Installation_Guide/s1-diskpartsetup-x86.html

    A simple partitioning scheme is to make a / partition where the system is installed, and a /home partition where your data is. And a swap one of course. I believe that this can be done easily by following the instructions during the installation. If you have a problem or need more clarification, you can ask again.

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    thanks for the information guys, hopefully i could understand the partition on linux system if i still dont, i will get back here with some questions

    thanks

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