Today went with windows 10 on Ubuntu 18.04
Encountered some problems but managed to fix them myself. Now began to view their discs and found that the primary drive (900 gigs) is read-only. Even on Windows it was everything, and on the first disk itself Windows. Now there is only this SDD, and the second is useless, it left the files are still with Windows, but not to remove\edit\save anything
It looks like this:
Computer 102.8 GB/116.1 available/
Computer 862.4 GB / 1.0 TB available /dev/sda2 | here is the button that says "unmount"|
How to make so that I could again use the full memory, not only 100 gigs ?
I will say in advance, informed about Linux, only heard.
I tried to save to the disk file, but received error " Insufficient user rights "
You have the drive mounted like just the reading but the comments above I understand that is already erased it.
If important data on any disks not, I recommend the following:
1) Again to make a bootable USB drive if you already formatnut it had.
2) Boot from it.
3) Run Gparted and it:
-delete all the partitions are there(except the stick which is loaded, will understand)
-re-create a "partition table" for each disk type is GPT.
#Just for convenience, we call the partition letters
#If you boot the computer using UEFI, and it probably is. in addition:
#-on the OS disk create partition 500 MB fat32 esp and flags,hidden,boot . It will be section "A" it will be the boot loader. The flags indicate that esp-UEFI boot partition hidden - that does not appear in "Explorer". boot partition the boot loader.
-on the disk on which the OS creates a partition on OSTAVSHIESYA-RAZMEROV with ext4 file system . It will be the "B" section and it will be the system itself.
-the remaining space , create a partition of type swap . This section "In" for the paging file.
-on the second disk create a partition with ext4 file system. This is step "d" and it will go with all of your user files.
-Apply and close gparted.
4) Start the installation.
5) On the partitioning step choose "manual partitioning"\"Another option" in it:
#- if the UEFI at the bottom of the window will be "Device for bootloader installation" in this section choose "A" and "use as EFI system partition"
-section "B" indicate the mount point\connect as "\"
-section "In" swap
-section "G" specify the mount point\connect as "\home"
6) continue the installation.
At the exit you will be the first disc given over to the OS and the second all the volume under your home directory i.e. /home/vasiliy.
Since a very long time, had Affairs with Ubuntu\by Debian where the titles can be not the same, please correct in comments.
About this markup :
-user files will always be safe and you can't every day to break down and reinstall the system, and if the goal is to learn the system it will be often =) Just when re do not touch section "G" and mounted it to /home
-if the ssd system we will lose a little speed because in the home directory of many files from programs, browser cache, steam it lives, etc.
-in General, this type of the correct way to markup when /home is submitted on a separate partition