|−|From an installation method such as the Ubuntu Desktop 14. 04.1 installation disc, [[ Partitioning using gdisk| partitioning using gdisk]] is not an option. |+|
|−|From the command line there is [ http: //www. gnu.org/software/parted/ Parted] as an option. [ http: //gparted. org/ GParted] is also an option, but it doesn' t support setting partition flags which can be necessary. |+|
|−|# Start parted on the appropriate device: parted --align=opt /dev/sda |+|
|−|# Create an appropriate partition table: mktable gpt or mktable msdos |+|
|−|# Create an EFI boot partition if applicable ( only on GPT): mkpart primary fat32 1mib 512mib |+|
|−|# Create a swap partition ( at least the size of RAM if you want to hibernate): mkpart primary linux- swap( v1) 512mib 9gib |+|
|−|# Create a root partition: mkpart primary ext4 9gib - 0 |+|
|−|# Set the EFI boot partition if applicable ( only on GPT): set 1 boot on |+|
Verify the partition layout: print |+|
, [[|]]the [:. ]. [:. ]'. the ::():():
Exit Parted: quit |+|
Revision as of 10:02, December 20, 2014
This page lists CPU-optimized builds of Funtoo Linux for corei7 64-bit Intel Processors.
The corei7 subarch supports the Nehalem, Westmere, Sandy_Bridge, Ivy Bridge, and Haswel microarchitecture-based Intel Pentium/Celeron, Intel Core i3, i5, i7 and Xeon Processors.
-march=corei7 -O2 -pipe
|CPU_FLAGS (see CPU_FLAGS for more info)|
mmx mmxext popcnt sse sse2 sse3 sse4_1 sse4_2 ssse3
This section lists the Funtoo Linux builds currently available for download for corei7. A full list of Funtoo Linux builds can be found on the Subarches page.
Do you want a particular build of Funtoo Linux but do not see it here? Let us know what you need, and we will likely add it for you. Create a bug report requesting the build you need. To see what options there are, see our Intel Core i7 subarch page, which has a lot of builds listed.
Beginning in November 2008, Intel launched the first Core i7 processor, codenamed Bloomfield, based on the Nehalem microarchitecture. With this launch, they also added to and modified the conventions used in their Intel Core branding scheme. (Not to be confused with the Intel Core microarchitecture. See core2_64.). This new naming scheme distinguishes between grades of processors rather than microarchitectures or design. Therefore, the corei7 subarch supports the Nehalem, Westmere, Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, and Haswell microarchitectures under the following brand names:
- Intel Pentium/Celeron (low-level consumer)
- Intel Core i3 (entry-level consumer)
- Intel Core i5 (mainstream consumer)
- Intel Core i7 (high-end consumer/business)
- Intel Xeon (business server/workstation)
See the following links for a list of supported Celeron, Pentium, Nehalem, Westmere, Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, and Haswell processors.