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Partitioning Your Disk(s)

Partitioning your disk is probably the most difficult step in getting MkLinux installed onto your Macintosh. If you are already familiar with partitioning disks on Macintosh systems, you should at least skim this section and proceed with your own partitioning method.

Unfortunately, there is no simple partitioning recipe that will work for every situation. Practically every MkLinux installation is unique; each may require different tools and methods to accomplish.  The best we can do is to provide you with information about partitioning tools and MkLinux's requirements, then let you determine which method best serves your needs.

If you are new to disk partitioning concepts, or partitioning disks on Macintoshes, then you will want to pay close attention to this section.  Even if you are completely unfamiliar with disk partitioning concepts, we feel that if you read this section carefully, you _will_ be able to get through the partitioning task.  Don't give up, it's really not that difficult. Also, you may want to make use of the helpful people who read and post to the mklinux-users mailing list.


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