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The most common way to partition disks for home Linux use is to have one primary partition for the Linux root partition, a second primary partition for the swap partition, and then an extended partition for any other (logical) partitions that may be needed. Using extended and logical partitions grows the amount of total partitions you can have in a system to 16, which is usually more than enough.

Select the Primary partition option and click OK to proceed.

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