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In this section, you will need to choose a disk format to use for booting and partitioning -- either MBR or UEFI/GPT. If you are not familiar with the differences between these options, please review our [[Install/Disk Formats|Disk Formats]] page for an overview of each option and the trade-offs. Generally, it's usually safe to pick the legacy MBR method for system disks under 2TB in size and most modern PC systems support MBR as well as UEFI booting.
在這個章節,你需要選擇一個MBR或UEFI/GPT之中選擇一個硬碟格式,如果你不太熟悉這兩者之間的差別,請參考 [[Install/Disk Formats|Disk Formats]]以了解更多,大致上在小於2.2TB硬碟之下選擇legacy MBR方法會通常沒什麼問題,大多數的現代Pc系統同時支援MBR和UEFI啟動。

==== But First... ====
==== But First... ====

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安裝教學: 準備硬碟

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在這個章節,你需要選擇一個MBR或UEFI/GPT之中選擇一個硬碟格式,如果你不太熟悉這兩者之間的差別,請參考 Disk Formats以了解更多,大致上在小於2.2TB硬碟之下選擇legacy MBR方法會通常沒什麼問題,大多數的現代Pc系統同時支援MBR和UEFI啟動。

But First...

Before doing anything to your disks, make sure you are partitioning the right one. Use the lsblk command to view a list of all block devices on your system, as well as partitions on these block devices:

root # lsblk
sda             8:0    0  1.8T  0 disk 
├─sda1          8:1    0  512M  0 part 
├─sda2          8:2    0    8G  0 part [SWAP]
└─sda3          8:3    0  1.8T  0 part 
  ├─main-root 254:0    0  500G  0 lvm  /
  └─main-data 254:1    0  1.3T  0 lvm  /home

Make sure you will not be overwriting any important data and that you have chosen the correct /dev/sd? device. Above, you can see that sda contains three partitions, sda1, sda2 and sda3, and that sda3 contains LVM volumes.

Once you've double-checked your target block device and made sure you'll be partitioning the correct disk, proceed to the next step.