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Tutorial: Linux Mint Debian disk partitioning

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Linux Mint Debian is the latest version of Linux Mint. Unlike other versions of Mint, it is not based on Ubuntu, but rather on Debian Testing, and comes with a brand new installer. Also, unlike the Ubuntu-based versions, the installer does not have an automatic disk partitioning feature it requires manual disk partitioning with GParted.

This tutorial provides a detailed guide on how to partition a single disk for installing Linux Mint Debian.
 read more | score:8227 | -finid, September 19, 2010
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