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#: Step3a.class:19
msgid "Automatic Partitioning Options"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:20
msgid "Select one of the following options"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:22
msgid "Allow"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:22
msgid "to use an entire hard disk in your system."
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:22
msgid "This option will wipe out any data on the disk you select."
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:24
msgid "Locate free (unpartitioned) space on hard disk and install"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:24
msgid "there."
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:24
msgid "This option will not harm any data on your hard drive"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:26
msgid "Resize your existing partitions to make room for a"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:26
msgid "partition scheme"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:26
msgid "This option will not harm any existing data on your hard drive"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:122
msgid "Use unpartitioned space on my hard disk (creates new partitions)"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:143
msgid "Use free space on existing partitions for VectorLinux"
msgstr ""

#: Step3a.class:164
msgid "Use entire disk"
msgstr ""
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