How to put ubuntu "no root file system is defined"?

Hello. I am new to Linux. Decided to put beside my windows 8, ubuntu. Going into gparted cut from your c drive 300 gig, then the label of the file system has become unallocated. Broke the drive into 3 partitions home c extension, ext4, swap - linux swap-and root - ext4. After tried to put on the root partition of ubuntu, but gave the error "no root file system is defined". I read in the manuals that you need to put a label mount point, but I was nowhere at the breakdown of this field and I can't find it. When you click on the category that you created, right-click the property the mount is not available. What's the problem? I have, incidentally, gpt.
July 8th 19 at 15:46
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July 8th 19 at 15:48
I think you just did not specify which section of the root. This is done by specifying the mount point "/" (this is the root), see picture
Sure! Thank you so much, I'm new at this, and the manual shows were skipped. Tell me, for home and swap need ,therefore, to write to /home and /swap? - carey_Gra commented on July 8th 19 at 15:51
: for home Yes. swap is the swap partition, choose not ext4, and a swap partition - Clyde58 commented on July 8th 19 at 15:54
: Thanks! - carey_Gra commented on July 8th 19 at 15:57
: Swap has no mount point and is not, generally speaking, file system. For the swap partition does not have meaning and will not be available neither a mount point nor formatting. - Concepcion.Walsh commented on July 8th 19 at 16:00

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