Ubuntu 14.04 on Asus N56VB

Jonny Grant jg at jguk.org
Fri Dec 5 17:17:41 UTC 2014


Hello

I hope you will be able to advise, as this is my first EFI install of 
Ubuntu :)

My Asus N56VB has a lot of partitions already on the drive. i am 
wondering if I can just wipe them?

I've followed this guide by someone else:
http://code.paulk.fr/article13/asus-n56vb-s3055h-laptop-and-debian-installation

My idea was to manually create the partitions, beacuse the 256MB /boot 
always fills up too quickly on my current install.

I would create /boot as 4GB

Do I need to retain any of the existing partitions? I hope BIOS is not 
relying upon efi or other partitions to boot..

Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
    1              34          262177   128.0 MiB   0C01        flags msftres
    2          264192          468991   100.0 MiB   EF00       flat32 boot
    3          468992         1677311   590.0 MiB   2700       diag
    4         1677312       391542783   185.9 GiB   0700        msftdata
    5       391542784       946894847   264.8 GiB   0700       msftdata
    6       946894848       976773119   14.2 GiB    2700 diag

Thanks for your tips

Regards, Jonny

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