Root file system linux mint

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Mar 25, 2017  Linux Mint Forums. Welcome to the Linux Mint forums! For help, knowledge, and fellowship. No root file system is defined. Please correct this from the partitioning menu. About Mint Editions Chat about Linux Open chat Gaming on Linux Mint; Development Artwork Community Projects PromotionMar 27, 2014 Installing Mint 'No root file system 1 Chris Cosgrove. BC AdBot (Login to Remove). # 2 JohnC21. # 3 Chris Cosgrove. # 4 NickAu. # 5 buddy215. # 6 NickAu. # 7 cat1092. # 8 NickAu. # 9 Chris Cosgrove. # 10 cat1092. # 11 NickAu. # 12 cat1092. # 13 TsVk! # 14 cat1092. # 15 Chris Cosgrove. root file system linux mint

May 28, 2014 Hello everyone. I will soon be installing Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon 64bit on my desktop. I was wondering, if I have a blank HDD that I am installing Linux Mint to, and I just go through the normal installation procedure, what will be the default file system used for the HDD?

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