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This next step is often referred to as \emph{partitioning}. Partitioning is the process of allocating portions of your hard drive for a specific purpose. When you create a partition, you are essentially dividing up your hard drive into sections that will be used for different types of information. Partitioning can sometimes seem complex to a new user, however, it does not have to be. In fact, Ubuntu provides you with some options that greatly simplify this process.
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Translated by The Ubuntu IL Spreaders on 2010-04-04
Reviewed by Liel Fridman on 2010-04-30
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :97
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\screenshot{01-partition.png}{ss:partition}{Choose where you would like to install Ubuntu.}
\screenshotTODO{Installation: Partitioning screen}
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\screenshot{01-partition.png}{ss:partition}{בחרו היכן אתם מעוניינים להתקין את אובונטו.}
Translated and reviewed by Ddorda on 2010-04-05
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :99
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Erase and use the entire disk
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מחקו והשתמש בדיסק כולו
Translated and reviewed by Ddorda on 2010-04-05
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :109
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\marginnote{Many people installing Ubuntu for the first time are currently using either Windows \acronym{XP}, Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Mac \acronym{OS~X} on their computer. Ubuntu provides you with the option of either \emph{replacing} your existing operating system altogether, or installing Ubuntu alongside your existing system. The latter is called \emph{dual-booting}. Whenever you turn on or restart your computer, you will be given the option to select which operating system you want to use for that session.} Use this option if you want to erase your entire disk. This will delete any existing operating systems that are installed on that disk, such as Windows \acronym{XP}, and install Ubuntu in its place. This option is also useful if you have an empty hard drive, as Ubuntu will automatically create the necessary partitions for you.
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Translated and reviewed by The Ubuntu IL Spreaders on 2010-04-04
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :109
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Guided partitioning
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חלוקה מודרכת למחיצות
Translated and reviewed by Ddorda on 2010-04-05
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :109
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If you already have another operating system installed on your hard drive, and want to install Ubuntu alongside it, choose the \radiobutton{Install them side by side, choosing between them each startup} option.
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במידה שכבר מותקנת מערכת הפעלה על הכונן הקשיח שלכם ואתם רוצים להתקין את אובונטו לצידה, ביחרו את אפשרות \radiobutton {התקינו אותם צד לצד, בחירה ביניהם בכל אתחול}
Translated and reviewed by Ddorda on 2010-04-11
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :109
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Ubuntu will automatically detect the other operating system and install Ubuntu alongside it. For more complicated dual-booting setups, you will need to configure the partitions manually.
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אובונטו יזהה אוטומטית את מערכת ההפעלה האחרת ויתקין את אובונטו לצידה. למבני dual-boot מורכבים יותר, יהיה עליך להגדיר את המחיצות ידנית.
Translated and reviewed by Ddorda on 2010-04-20
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :114
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Specifying partitions manually
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הגדרת מחיצות ידנית
Translated by tzachi portal on 2010-03-23
Reviewed by Liel Fridman on 2010-03-30
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :113
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This option is for more advanced users and is used to create special partitions, or format the hard drive with a filesystem different to the default one. It can also be used to create a separate \texttt{/home} partition. This can be very useful in case you decide to reinstall Ubuntu, as it allows you to format and reinstall the operating system, whilst keeping all your personal files and program settings intact in a separate partition.
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האפשרות הזו הינה למשתמשים מתקדמים יותר והיא משמשת ליצירת מחיצות מיוחדות, או לפירמוט הכונן הקשיח למערכת קבצים שונה ממערכת ברירת המחדל. האפשרות משמשת גם ליצירת מחיצת \texttt{/home} נפרדת. זה יכול להיות שימושי במקרה שלהתקנה מחדש של אובונטו, מכיוון שזה יאפשר לפרמט ולהתקין מחדש את מערכת ההפעלה, תוך שמירה על הקבצים האישיים ועל הגדרות התוכנות במחיצה נפרדת.
Translated and reviewed by Ddorda on 2010-04-20
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :117
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Because this is quite an advanced task, we have omitted the details from this edition of \emph{Getting Started with Ubuntu.} You can see more information and detailed instructions on partitioning here: \url{https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowtoPartition}.
Some users want to install a new version of ubuntu over the existing one keeping the windows partition intact. I think we should give some instructions on how to do that.
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מכיוון שזו משימה די מתקדמת, השמטנו את הפרטים מהמהדורה הזו של \emph{צעדים ראשונים באובונטו.} ניתן למצוא מידע נוסף והוראות מפורטות על חלוקת מחיצות כאן: \url{https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowtoPartition}.
Translated and reviewed by Ddorda on 2010-04-20
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :116
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