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Installing Debian




I am new to Linux. Initially I was having windows 7 and a 250GB harddisk. I freed my D E and F partitions. They were moved to free space. Next I installed fedora. I expected Fedora will prompt me to allocate some x no of bytes in the disk partition step. But when i selected the remaining disk space and selected OK, fedora consumed all my 190GB of disk space :( Next, when trying to install debian, it is showing the same. It is showing the 250GB as a whole. How to solve this. Alternatively, you can give me some great links dealing with these kind of problems.


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