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Once you've set up your partition information, and have assigned
"mount points" (ie. /usr is the mount point for the /usr
file system), the installation program will ask you which partition(s) it
should used for swap space. Since your swap partitions should already be
identified as such (partition ID # 82), you can press
<Enter> to begin formatting those partition(s)
for swap usage. I recommend you enable the "
Check for bad
blocks during format" to ensure the partition is free of
potentially damaging problems. It does slow down the formatting process
substantially but I believe it is worth the tradeoff.
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