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
centos1 ( but with '''Minimal Install''' software selection instead), 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>