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What are the names of partitions created for Linux?

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  1. anonymous
    • 4 years ago
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    Ext2, ext3 or ext4. Ext 2 is the oldest, followed by ext3, followed by ext4

  2. anonymous
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    @stevo those are file systems. but @mominanisar what do you mean partition created? can you explain more? :)

  3. rsmith6559
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    You can control what partitions are made. The only mandatory ones are the root ( "/" ) partition and the swap partition ( for swapping/paging out sections of memory ). After that, it depends on what you're setting the filesystem up for.

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