Hello...
I'm new to Linux environment because of Windows.. So I would like to familiar with Linux/Unix environment also..

In this way I need to know something in Linux platform...
major thing is still I don't know how many primary partition can be created in Linux platform.. is it same as well as windows platform or its not..???

thanks for pay your attention to this...

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If you use the standard BIOS and boot loader, then you are limited to 4 primary partitions, just like other operating systems. If your system supports EFI/UEFI then you can use a more modern boot loader with much expanded partitioning options. However, even with a standard PC BIOS, Linux can …

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If you use the standard BIOS and boot loader, then you are limited to 4 primary partitions, just like other operating systems. If your system supports EFI/UEFI then you can use a more modern boot loader with much expanded partitioning options. However, even with a standard PC BIOS, Linux can boot from extended partitions, unlike Windows which has to boot (AFAIK) from a primary partition.

You can create four primary partition and in the the forth partition you can create many logical partitions if the partitioning scheme that you are using is fdisk.

thnks rubberman i got it....

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