En:HOWTO: Manual Partitioning with Sabayon Linux

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This is a visual walk through about manually partitioning your Harddisc, during the setup of Sabayon Linux.
When the Installer comes at the partitioning scheme, select: Create Custom Layout.

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then let's choose the free space where we want to install our Sabayon and Click on New.

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The first partition to create is the /boot partition, with ext3, in my case I've chosen a fixed size of 100 Mb, but my notebook is used for developing reasons so I need more space for more kernels, you can easily choose 32 Mb that is more than enough for the common user.

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Now select the free space and press again on new.

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This time we're going to create a swap partition, as for the size I've chosen 1500Mb that is a decent space but you can choose more if you have more than 1Gb ram.

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Time to create a root partition as before select the free space and n click on New.

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We're about to use all our free space left, and as for the fs type...I've chosen ext4 but this is EXPERIMENTAL.

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This is our final configuration as you can see.


I hope this is useful for everybody ~

Luca Palermo