User Tools

Site Tools


partitioning

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
partitioning [2015/07/11 23:05]
pavroo
partitioning [2019/08/15 22:09] (current)
pavroo
Line 8: Line 8:
  
 If you do not have separated partitions ready for the new Sparky installation,​ you can: If you do not have separated partitions ready for the new Sparky installation,​ you can:
-  * create them during the installation process - both installers (Sparky Installer and SparkyLinux (Old) Installer) use GParted, which is preinstalled with all the Sparky iso images+  * create them during the installation process - both installers (Sparky Installer and Sparky Advanced ​Installer) use GParted, which is preinstalled with all the Sparky iso images
   * or you can create the partitions using any Linux distribution working in Live mode with preinstalled GParted application,​ for example.   * or you can create the partitions using any Linux distribution working in Live mode with preinstalled GParted application,​ for example.
  
Line 38: Line 38:
 ==== UEFI machines ==== ==== UEFI machines ====
  
-Machines with UEFI motherboard (and MS Windows 8 preinstalled) used to have the EFI partition ready on the hard drive. If so and if you **WANT** to keep the existing OS, **DO NOT** format the partition, and **DO NOT** make any changes on the partition. Simply use it.+Machines with UEFI motherboard (and MS Windows ​=> 8 preinstalled) used to have the EFI partition ready on the hard drive. If so and if you **WANT** to keep the existing OS, **DO NOT** format the partition, and **DO NOT** make any changes on the partition. Simply use it.
  
 Rest of the partitions should be done the same as the previous example. Rest of the partitions should be done the same as the previous example.
partitioning.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/15 22:09 by pavroo