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I want to install Ubuntu in my laptop Lenovo 320 and leave it as my main operating system. What partitions do I create to be able to achieve this?

Note: I have formated my hard drive completely, I do not have Windows 10 installed.

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  • Pleas don't use all caps again! – George Udosen Nov 24 '18 at 0:10
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    The easy way is to let Ubuntu's installer use the whole drive (and select partitions automatically). 'Erase disk and install Ubuntu' – sudodus Nov 24 '18 at 0:16
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    Just be sure to boot installer in UEFI mode. You now only need the ESP & / (root). New versions use swap file rather than swap partition. Default install will make entire drive / except for small ESP. You may want /home or data partition(s) separate. UEFI/gpt partitioning in Advance: askubuntu.com/questions/743095/… – oldfred Nov 24 '18 at 0:27