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Linux Mint 10, aka Julia, is the latest stable release of Linux Mint, a desktop-oriented distribution based on Ubuntu. Just like earlier releases of Linux Mint, Linux Mint 10 is installed on a partitioning scheme with just one root file system, no separate /boot and /home partitions.

While this may seem convenient, it is not the recommended method of partitioning a disk for the installation of a Linux distribution, even a desktop-oriented distribution. This tutorial presents a step by step guide on how to create the recommended number of partitions for installing Linux Mint 10 on a computer with a single hard disk.
 read more | mail this link | score:8082 | -finid, November 16, 2010
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