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D.4.Â Installing Ubuntu from a Unix/Linux Systemp. You need around 506MB of space available for a console only install, or about 1536MB if you plan to install X (more if you intend to install desktop environments such as GNOME or KDE). Next, <span>create file systems on the partitions. For example, to create an ext3 file system on partition /dev/sda6 (that's our example root partition): # mke2fs -j /dev/sda6 To create an ext2 file system instead, omit -j. Initialize
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