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HI Asksw0rder,

I assume that you don't want to keep the data stored on your ubuntu /home partition. These instructions will erase everything there, so before trying this make sure that you have made backups.

  1. Choose a customized partition layout.
  2. Delete /dev/sda4, /dev/sda5, and /dev/sda6 partitions (the ubuntu ones).
  3. Select the free space obtained and:

    3.1. Make a standard partition of 200 MB for /boot

    3.2. Make a standard partition of 15 GiB for /root

    3.3. Make a standard partition of 5 GiB for /swap

    3.4. Make a standard partition for /home with the rest of the remaining free space.

Regards.

HI Asksw0rder,

I assume that you don't want to keep the data stored on your ubuntu /home partition. These instructions will erase everything there, so before trying this make sure that you have made backups.

  1. Choose a customized partition layout.
  2. Delete /dev/sda4, /dev/sda5, and /dev/sda6 partitions (the ubuntu ones).
  3. Select /dev/sda1 (your /boot partition), and tell the installer to use it as a /boot but not to format it.
  4. Select the free space obtained and:

    3.1. Make a standard partition of 200 MB for /boot

    3.2. 4.1. Make a standard partition of 15 GiB for /root

    3.3. 4.2. Make a standard partition of 5 GiB for /swap

    3.4. 4.3. Make a standard partition for /home with the rest of the remaining free space.

Regards.Regards,

HI Hi Asksw0rder,

I assume that you don't want to keep the data stored on your ubuntu /home partition. These instructions will erase everything there, so before trying this make sure that you have made backups.

  1. Choose a customized partition layout.
  2. Delete /dev/sda4, /dev/sda5, and /dev/sda6 partitions (the ubuntu ones).
  3. Select /dev/sda1 (your /boot partition), and tell the installer to use it as a /boot partition but not to format it.
  4. Select the free space obtained and:

    4.1. Make a standard partition of 15 GiB for /root

    4.2. Make a standard partition of 5 GiB for /swap

    4.3. Make a standard partition for /home with the rest of the remaining free space.

Regards,

Hi Asksw0rder,

I assume that you don't want to keep the data stored on your ubuntu /home partition. These instructions will erase everything there, so before trying this make sure that you have made backups.

  1. Choose a customized partition layout.
  2. If you see a /boot partition, select it and use it for your fedora installation. If not, make a new one no bigger than 200 MB.
  3. Delete /dev/sda4, /dev/sda5, and /dev/sda6 partitions (the ubuntu ones).
  4. Select /dev/sda1 (your /boot partition), and tell the installer to use it as a /boot partition but not to format it. ones).
  5. Select the free space obtained and:

    4.1. Make a standard partition of 15 GiB for /root

    4.2. Make a standard partition of 5 GiB for /swap

    4.3. Make a standard partition for /home with the rest of the remaining free space.

Regards,