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Partitioning SSD and HDD for GPT with gparted

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – First, the phrase "unallocated filesystem" is an oxymoron -- unallocated space is just that: unallocated (unused). You can't put a filesystem in unallocated space. You could put a filesystem in a partition and then delete the partition, rendering its disk space (and hence the filesystem) unallocated, but then you wouldn't be able to access the filesystem except by creating a new partition that covers the same space or by using awkward low-level access methods.Your /dev/sda1 partition doesn't describe anything unallocated; aside from the improper use of the word "u (HowTos)