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Sabayon 5.3 Installation Guide

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One of the best features introduced in Sabayon 5.3, the latest upgrade to the Gentoo-based, multi-purpose Linux distribution is the installer. The old installer was dumped in favor of Anaconda, the Fedora 13 installation program. Aside from bringing enterprise-class storage features to Sabayon, Anaconda boots a whole lot faster than Sabayon’s old installer, which had the unenviable reputation of being very slow and resource-intensive.

With the new installation program, the old installation guides are of no use to new adopters. Hence the need for this guide which presents a very detailed description of the important steps involved. You’ll find in this guide detailed explanations of the importance of disk encryption, bootloader password protection, and LVM disk space allocation.
 read more | mail this link | score:6897 | -finid, June 10, 2010
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