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I'm trying to install Ubuntu on my Netbook Asus Eeepc-900 from bootable USB. When I see partitions screen I just wanna one single partition and then install Ubuntu, but has some many options that I don't know which choose.

Here are the options: 1 First part 2 Second part 3 Option from menu

Well, I would leave only a partition with Ubuntu installed. Grateful!

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You have two hard disks (one 4GB and one 16GB), and the 16GB disk has LVM set up on it. So the structure would be like this:

NAME
sda
├─sda1
├─sda5
sdb
├─sdb1
└─sdb5
  └─ubuntu--vg
    └─ubuntu--vg-root
    └─ubuntu--vg-swap_1

The LVM volumes (the ones starting with /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-) are actually contained in /dev/sdb5. (You can use the lsblk command to find out.)

So you can install Ubuntu in ubuntu--vg-root (use it for /). The other partitions can be left alone.

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  • Which is marked as ext4? Oct 17, 2014 at 23:58
  • @FilipeManuel ah, yes.
    – muru
    Oct 18, 2014 at 0:00
  • When I click on checkbox open a box with many options: Ext4 journaling file system, Ext3 journaling file system, Ext2 journaling file system, btrfs journaling file system, JFS journaling file system, XFS journaling file system, FAT16 file system, FAT32 file system, swap area, physical volume for encription and do not use the partition Oct 18, 2014 at 0:03
  • @FilipeManuel pick Ext4 and mount it at /.
    – muru
    Oct 18, 2014 at 0:04
  • Ok, just one more question... Need to check Format the partition: ? Oct 18, 2014 at 0:05

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