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431 <ti>ext2/3 highly recommended (easiest); if ReiserFS then mount with <c>-o notail</c></ti> 431 <ti>ext2/3 highly recommended (easiest); if ReiserFS then mount with <c>-o notail</c></ti>
432 <ti>/dev/hda1</ti> 432 <ti>/dev/hda1</ti>
433 </tr> 433 </tr>
434 <tr> 434 <tr>
435 <ti>swap partition (no longer a 128 Megabyte limit)</ti> 435 <ti>swap partition (no longer a 128 Megabyte limit)</ti>
436 <ti>&gt;=2*Amount of RAM in this system is recommended but no longer (as of kernel 2.4.10) required</ti> 436 <ti>Generally, unless you are running a server, swapspace can be pretty flexible. Please consult the
437 below table for some loose guidelines on swap space.</ti>
437 <ti>Linux swap</ti> 438 <ti>Linux swap</ti>
438 <ti>/dev/hda2</ti> 439 <ti>/dev/hda2</ti>
439 </tr> 440 </tr>
440 <tr> 441 <tr>
441 <ti>root partition, containing main filesystem (/usr, /home, etc)</ti> 442 <ti>root partition, containing main filesystem (/usr, /home, etc)</ti>
442 <ti>&gt;=1.5 Gigabytes</ti> 443 <ti>&gt;=1.5 Gigabytes</ti>
443 <ti>ReiserFS, ext3 recommended; ext2 ok</ti> 444 <ti>ReiserFS, ext3 recommended; ext2 ok</ti>
444 <ti>/dev/hda3</ti> 445 <ti>/dev/hda3</ti>
445 </tr> 446 </tr>
446 </table> 447 </table>
448
449 <table>
450 <tr>
451 <th>Physical RAM</th>
452 <th>Swapspace Size</th>
453 </tr>
454 <tr>
455 <ti>0-48MB RAM</ti>
456 <ti>048-064MB RAM</ti>
457 <ti>064MB-128MB RAM</ti>
458 <ti>128-256MB RAM</ti>
459 <ti>256-512MB RAM</ti>
460 </tr>
461 <tr>
462 <ti>720MB</ti>
463 <ti>702MB</ti>
464 <ti>640MB</ti>
465 <ti>256MB</ti>
466 </tr>
467 </table>
468
447 <p>Before creating filesystems, you may want to initialize the 469 <p>Before creating filesystems, you may want to initialize the
448 beginning of your HD using <c>dd</c>. Doing this will ensure that your new filesystem 470 beginning of your HD using <c>dd</c>. Doing this will ensure that your new filesystem
449 will not be mis-indentified by Linux's mounting code. 471 will not be mis-indentified by Linux's mounting code.
450 This can be done as follows: 472 This can be done as follows:
451 </p> 473 </p>

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