"Fedora 13 is one of the Linux distributions that
supports and uses Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) as the default
disk partitioning scheme. While this is a good thing (it has its
benefits), the space allocation to the partitions and logical
volumes is not optimal. This tutorial provides a step by step guide
on how to configure LVM (on Fedora 13) in a manner that satisfies
the basic guidelines of LVM configuration.
"So if you have the installation disk ready, insert into your
computer's optical drive and let's get started. Note that this
tutorial involves a computer with only one hard disk.
"You may or may not get to see this window, but if you do, just
select the disk you would like to use for the installation, then
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