Disk partitioning guide for Linux Mint Debian
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"Linux Mint Debian is the latest version of Linux Mint.
Unlike other versions of Mint, it is not based on Ubuntu, but
rather on Debian Testing, and comes with a brand new installer.
Also, unlike the Ubuntu-based versions, the installer does not have
an automatic disk partitioning feature – it requires manual
disk partitioning with GParted. This tutorial provides a detailed
guide on how to partition a single disk for installing Linux Mint
Debian, and begins at the step where the disk is detected. The
three step prior to this, representing the language selection,
timezone settings, and keyboard layout selection have been omitted.
"All images used here were taken from an installation in a
virtual environment, and is intended to mimic installation on a
computer with a single disk with no other operating system on
"The image below represents the first step in the disk
partitioning process. The light-green empty space where the cursor
is represents the disk space. There are no existing partition on
the disk. To create partitions, click on the Edit partitions