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Question Intermediate Solved Pop_OS partition layout

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Hi.

Can anyone share the default Pop_OS partition layout for a UEFI system ? I am about to make new installation on a system with two disks - SSD for / and HDD for /home, thus manual partitioning is required. It would be great to keep all default partitions, e.g., for recovery to work properly.

Thanks in advance.

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ArtūrasB.
 

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The recovery is the 4.3GB FAT32 - 3rd partition from left. (well, including the free space)

Is having encryption important to you?
 

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