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Im in the area where you specify your target root partition and format it, and it tells me that I have two partitions marked as linux (82) which is what ...
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    Im in the area where you specify your target root partition and format it, and it tells me that I have two partitions marked as linux (82) which is what I wanted. When I go to format my boot partition as ext2 filesystem it wants me to specify a mount point. Where should I mount it?

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    Plain and simple . Your mount point is the place where the partition will be mounted in Linux' folder structure. Mind that swap has no mount point! It is just formatted as Linux swap.
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    You are going to want to change that 82 to an 83.
    82 is swap, 83 is linux.
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