Ubuntu İdeal Kurulum Dosya yapısının ayarlanması

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En güzel ubuntu disk yapılandırması ile kurulum nasıl yapılır.

Create partitions for your Ubuntu installation in the free space near the end of the disk. (If you did this in OS X’s Disk Utility, you should modify each partition by selecting it and clicking Change, then clicking the Format option and setting an appropriate filesystem and mount point.) I recommend creating the following partitions:

  • /boot—500 MiB, ReiserFS or ext2fs. This partition is optional. It can simplify some types of boot loader configurations, particularly if you want to use XFS, JFS, or Btrfs on your root (/) partition.
  • / (root)—5–25 GiB, ext4fs or your preferred Linux filesystem. This partition is absolutely vital. If you choose not to create a separate/home partition, make the root partition suitably larger. Take note of the number of this partition (7 in the below screen shot).
  • swap—1–2 times your system’s RAM size.
  • /home—The rest of your available disk space, in ext4fs or your preferred Linux filesystem. You can merge this with the root (/) partition if you’re short on space or plan to store little in the way of Ubuntu-specific files. Having a separate /home partition simplifies OS re-installations and some types of upgrades, though.

When you’re done, you’ll see your new partitions displayed
Your new partitions appear at the end of the disk.

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