M01: Introduction to Operating Systems
TU1: Installing, configuring and exploiting a computer system
ASIX1
Pract. Exerc. 5c: Working with Gparted installed on your system 28-11-18

Practical Exercise 5c:  Working with GParted installed on your system

GENERAL CONDITIONS
1- Deadline: 28-11-2018.
2- Show device information and partition table for the 20GiB and 15GiB hard disks.

PRACTICAL EXERCISE

1.- Shutdown your virtual machine. Add a new SATA hard disk to your virtual machine with the following characteristics:
     a) Hard drive file type: VDI
     b) Dinamically allocated
     c) Name: sata01
     d) Size: 20GiB
     e) 
Attached to  SATA 1

2.- Add another SATA hard disk to your virtual machine with the following characteristics:
     a) Hard drive file type: VDI
     b) Dinamically allocated
     c) Name: sata02
     d) Size: 15GiB
     e) 
Attached to  SATA 2

3.- Boot your virtual machine and:
     a) Update the lists of available packages from tour repository. As a root user run the command: aptitude update
     b) Install GParted on your system. As a root user run the command: aptitude install gparted 


4.-
Run  GParted  and select the 20GiB hard disk:
    a) Select System --> Administration --> Gparted in order to run GParted
    b) 
Select the 20 GiB hard disk
    b) Create a new  GPT 
partition table on the selected disk.
    c) Create a new  primary,  boot, NTFS, 4 GiB  partition.
    d)
Create a primary,  ext4, 14 GiB  partition.
    d) Create a primary,  linux-wap , 2GiB  partition.
    d) Show the Device Information and the partition table.

5.-Run  GParted  and select the 15GiB hard disk:
    a) Select System --> Administration --> Gparted in order to run GParted
    b) 
Select the 15 GiB hard disk
    b) Create a new  MBR 
partition table on the selected disk.
    c) Create a new  primary, boot, NTFS, 3 GiB  partition.
    d)
Create an extended,  12 GiB  partition.
    e)
Create a logical, ext4,  10 GiB  partition.
    d) Create a logical,  linux-wap , 2GiB  partition.
    d) Show the Device Information and the partition table.