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My Most Embarrassing Mistakes as a Programmer so far. At the very least you will need a dedicated partition for the Debian root filesystem. You can find information about your current partition setup by using a partitioning tool for your current operating system , such as Disk Utility, Drive Setup, HD Toolkit, or MacTools.
Partitioning tools always provide a way to show existing partitions without making changes. In general, changing a partition with a file system already on it will destroy any information there. Thus you should always make backups before doing any repartitioning. Using the analogy of the house, you would probably want to move all the furniture out of the way before moving a wall or you risk destroying it. Several modern operating systems offer the ability to move and resize certain existing partitions without destroying their contents.
This allows making space for additional partitions without losing existing data. Even though this works quite well in most cases, making changes to the partitioning of a disk is an inherently dangerous action and should only be done after having made a full backup of all data. Creating and deleting partitions can be done from within debian-installer as well as from an existing operating system. As a rule of thumb, partitions should be created by the system for which they are to be used, i. If you are going to install more than one operating system on the same machine, you should install all other system s before proceeding with the Debian installation.
Windows and other OS installations may destroy your ability to start Debian, or encourage you to reformat non-native partitions. You can recover from these actions or avoid them, but installing the native system first saves you trouble.