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<primary>swaphim</primary>
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<primary>configurationbootloader</primary><secondary>networkintermediary</secondary><tertiary>statichim</tertiary>
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<emphasis>CULTURE</emphasis> Uses of partitioningSecure Boot and the shim bootloader
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In particular, if you install (or reinstall) Windows thereafter, the bootloader will be erased. Debian will still be on the hard drive, but will no longer be accessible from the boot menu (except for Windows 10, where it will still be accessible through the Windows recovery console). You would then have to boot the Debian installation system in <userinput>rescue</userinput> mode to set up a less exclusive bootloader. This operation is described in detail in the installation manual. <ulink type="block" url="https://www.debian.org/releases/stable/amd64/ch08s07.html6" />
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When an encrypted partition is used, the encryption key is stored in memory (RAM). Since retrieving this key allows the decryption of the data, it is of utmost importance to avoid leaving a copy of this key that would be accessible to the possible thief of the computer or hard drive, or to a maintenance technician. This is, however, something that can easily occur with a laptop, since when hibernating the contents of RAM is stored on the swap partition. If this partition isn't encrypted, the thief may access the key and use it to decrypt the data from the encrypted partitions. This is why, when you use encrypted partitions, it is imperative to also encrypt the swap partition!
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Virtual memory allows the Linux kernel, when lacking sufficient memory (RAM), to free a bit of storagememory by storing the parts of the RAM that have been inactive for some time on the swap partition of the hard disk.
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The Debian installer allows this operation when using the manual mode for partitioning. You only need to choose the Windows partition and enter its new size (this works the same with both unencrypted FAT and NTFS partitions).
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The second method, “Separate <filename>/home/</filename> partition”, is similar, but splits the file hierarchy in two: one partition contains the Linux system (<filename>/</filename>), and the second contains “home directories” (meaning user data, in files and subdirectories available under <filename>/home/</filename>).
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