6.3.6. Other Partitioning Problems for Itanium System Users

6.3.6. Other Partitioning Problems for Itanium System Users

If you are using Disk Druid to create partitions, but cannot move to the next screen, you probably have not created all the partitions necessary for Disk Druid's dependencies to be satisfied.

You must have the following partitions as a bare minimum:

Tip

When defining a partition's type as swap, you do not have to assign it a mount point. Disk Druid automatically assigns the mount point for you.


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