Rename centos2 to centos1 in Part 2.
:'''Perform the following steps:'''
# Create the VM (called '''centos2''') as you did with the ''centos1'' machine, except for the following difference<br><br><span style="background-color:yellow;">When customizing your partitions, do the same operation that you did in
centos2 (with '''Minimal Install''' software selection), but after automatically creating the partitions, reduce the size of the root LVM partition to '''8000 MB''' and add an LVM partition with a size of '''2000 MB''' (mount point: '''/home''', name: '''home''', and make certain root and /home partitions have '''ext4''' file system).</span><br><br>
# <span style="background-color:yellow;">Complete the installation. Login to your regular user account, and perform a '''yum update''' for the centos2 VM (reboot if required). Make certain to adjust your screen-saver settings if desired.</span>
#<span style="background-color:yellow;">Repeat the steps as you did in the previous investigation ([http://zenit.senecac.on.ca/wiki/index.php/OPS235_Lab_2_-_CentOS7_-_SSD2#Part_2:_Install_KVM_Virtualization_Application Investigation1 Part 2]) to '''stop and disable firewalld, install iptables-services, start and enable iptables''' for this newly-created VM.</span>