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    update from 9.10 to 10.04 and now 2 linux-swap

    I updated from 9.10 to 10.04, using the update function via Update Manager, but I am looking at GParted and see he following:

    Partition File System Mount Point Size Used Unused Flags
    /dev/sda1 ext4 / 7.14 GB 6.28 GB 875.75 MB boot
    /dev/sda2 extended 384.37 MB --- ---
    /dev/sda5 linux-swap 384.34 MB --- ---

    Partition File System Label Size Used Unused Flags
    /dev/sdb1 ext3 HOME 14.23 GB 664.10 MB 13.58 GB boot
    /dev/sdb2 extended 15.83 GB --- ---
    /dev/sdb5 ext4 15.12 GB 2.24 GB 12.89 GB
    /dev/sdb6 linux-swap 721.64 MB --- ---

    Do I have now 2 installs of 10.04 or are there left overs from 9.10?

    Can anything be done about it?

    Thx in advance
    Dreamquartz

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    Re: update from 9.10 to 10.04 and now 2 linux-swap

    Thats strange. try opening a terminal and type sudo fdisk -l and post back i'd be interested in see what that has to say. You are using multiple harddrives right?
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    Thumbs down Re: update from 9.10 to 10.04 and now 2 linux-swap

    Reinstalled everything and was able to sort it out that way.

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    Re: update from 9.10 to 10.04 and now 2 linux-swap

    Quote Originally Posted by dreamquartz View Post
    Reinstalled everything and was able to sort it out that way.
    Awesome It should be alot faster now!
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    Re: update from 9.10 to 10.04 and now 2 linux-swap

    Quote Originally Posted by dreamquartz View Post
    Reinstalled everything and was able to sort it out that way.
    Backing up and doing a fresh install is always a much better alternative to upgrading, its the recommended way of doing things, you can avoid many bugs that way

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