I have two questions:
I Have a fresh install of ubuntu and in Gparted I have the information of having:
/dev/sda1 ext2 /boot 243mb 49.22mb used
/dev/sda2 extended 595.93 GiB
/dev/sda5 crypt-luks 595.93 GiB
This last line has a "!" mark that says: "Linux Unified Key Setup Encryption is not yet supported".
sda5is accopolated to
sda2as if we are talking about the same partition, in fact my hard drive has 600GB.
So is there any problem with the partition configuration and with the clean install of my Ubuntu? It is like it should be? Because I had a lot of problems with formatting and partitions.
Should I keep it like this or format again and create partition for swap, boot and home like I see everyone talking about? It would be better for the PC?
Don't know if you need this information but I have 6GB of RAM, and a i7 processor on a laptop.