Recently I dual booted my MSI Raider GE76 laptop, and it was an experience. I don’t mean that in a totally negative way, because I always learn so much from those “Experiences”. (more…)
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A common task in any Operating System (OS) is setting up a drive, be it SSS, mechanical, or USB. Most OS’s have a graphical utility for this purpose, and Linux is no exception, with several available. However, you should know how to setup and partition your drive form the command line with a program like fdisk. (more…)
Partitioning drives is a step that comes up in many Linux installations. However it is available in all Operating Systems (OS). Everyone is partitioning their drives, whether they know it or not. However, the question of partitioning is only relevant when doing something non standard. There are reasons to partition a drive, just as there are also reasons for not doing it. There are also a lot of misconceptions concerning partitioning. (more…)