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Jim has just purchased two new SCSI hard disk drives and a controller card for them. He properly installs the hardware in his machine. Before he can use them for data storage and retrieval, what must he do?

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  1. 25 January, 07:44
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    Create partitions on each hard disk drives. Mount the partition created on each hard drive so they are accessible by the the operating system. Format the partitions created with a filesystem recognized by Linux.

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    Having purchased the two new SCSI hard disk drives with the controller cards for each and installed them properly, before using them for data storage and retrieval he must first use the fdisk command to create one or more partitions on each of the hard disk drives then mount any partitions created on the two hard drives so that they are accessible by the operating system before then proceeding to format any partitions created with a valid filesystem recognized by Linux.
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