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1# This setting specifies the mount point of the EFI system partition. Some
2# distributions (Fedora, Debian, Manjaro, etc.) use /boot/efi, others (KaOS,
3# etc.) use just /boot.
4efiSystemPartition:     "/boot/efi"
5
6# Make sure an autogenerated swap partition is big enough for hibernation in
7# automated partitioning modes. Swap can be disabled through *neverCreateSwap*.
8#
9# When *ensureSuspendToDisk* is true, swap is never smaller than physical
10# memory, follows the guideline 2 * memory until swap reaches 8GiB.
11# When *ensureSuspendToDisk* is false, swap size scales up with memory
12# size until 8GiB, then at roughly half of memory size.
13#
14#
15# Default is true.
16ensureSuspendToDisk:    true
17
18# Never create swap partitions in automated partitioning modes.
19# If this is true, ensureSuspendToDisk is ignored.
20# Default is false.
21neverCreateSwap:        false
22
23# Correctly draw nested (e.g. logical) partitions as such.
24drawNestedPartitions:   false
25
26# Show/hide partition labels on manual partitioning page.
27alwaysShowPartitionLabels: true
28
29# Default filesystem type, used when a "new" partition is made.
30#
31# When replacing a partition, the existing filesystem inside the
32# partition is retained. In other cases, e.g. Erase and Alongside,
33# as well as when using manual partitioning and creating a new
34# partition, this filesystem type is pre-selected. Note that
35# editing a partition in manual-creation mode will not automatically
36# change the filesystem type to this default value -- it is not
37# creating a new partition.
38#
39# Suggested values: ext2, ext3, ext4, reiser, xfs, jfs, btrfs
40# If nothing is specified, Calamares defaults to "ext4".
41defaultFileSystemType:  "ext4"
42
43# Show/hide LUKS related functionality in automated partitioning modes.
44# Disable this if you choose not to deploy early unlocking support in GRUB2
45# and/or your distribution's initramfs solution.
46#
47# BIG FAT WARNING:
48#
49# This option is unsupported, as it cuts out a crucial security feature.
50# Disabling LUKS and shipping Calamares without a correctly configured GRUB2
51# and initramfs is considered suboptimal use of the Calamares software. The
52# Calamares team will not provide user support for any potential issue that
53# may arise as a consequence of setting this option to false.
54# It is strongly recommended that system integrators put in the work to support
55# LUKS unlocking support in GRUB2 and initramfs/dracut/mkinitcpio/etc.
56# Support is offered to system integrators that wish to do so, through the
57# Calamares bug tracker, as well as in #calamares on Freenode.
58# For more information on setting up GRUB2 for Calamares with LUKS, see
59# https://github.com/calamares/calamares/wiki/LUKS-Deployment
60#
61# If nothing is specified, LUKS is enabled in automated modes.
62#enableLuksAutomatedPartitioning:    true
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