Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of install_debian/partition


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Jun 22, 2012, 6:34:03 PM (7 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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    5858The [/raw-attachment/wiki/install_debian/partition/disk-partition-workstation.pdf disk partition diagram] provides a good snapshot of what we will be doing.
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     60== Step by Step ==
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     62 1. Delete any existing partitions on your disk
     63 1. Add a new partition, 512MB, primary, starting at the beginning of the disk, use as: Ext3 journaling filesystem, and mount point: /boot
     64 1. Add a second partition with the remainer of the space, primary, use as: physical volume for encryption (take all default volues).
     65 1. Click Configure encrypted volumes
     66  * agree to format existing partitions
     67  * Create encrypted volumes
     68  * Select /dev/sda2
     69  * Click Finish
     70  * Really erase data? No.
     71  * Enter passphrase
     72 1. Select sda2_crypt, Use as: physical volume for LVM
     73 1. Select Configure the logical volume manager
     74  * Create volume group, provide name (suggestion: vg_HOSTNAME0 - replace "HOSTNAME" with your actual computer name)
     75  * Select /dev/mapper/sda2_crypt as the device
     76  * Create Logical Volume (repeat for root - 5GB, var - 5GB, tmp - 1GB, home - 20GB, and swap - 1GB):
     77 1. For each LV that you created, modify it to use Ext3 journaling filesystem and to be mounted in the appropriate place (home in /home, var in /var, etc.)
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