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Thread: Partitioning Error

  1. #11
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    Re: Partitioning Error

    LOL. Our timing is a little bit off. Re-read my post #9 which I was editing while you posted #10.

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    Re: Partitioning Error

    haha yeah I saw it this morning, and I was thinking along those lines. I'll let you know this afternoon when I'm done studying

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    Re: Partitioning Error

    Quote Originally Posted by r.stiltskin View Post
    If that doesn't work, use gparted to delete all the partitions & then recreate them in the same sizes as before: sdb1 as primary (ext4), sdb2 as extended, and sdb5 logical (swap) in sdb2.
    I may be jumping the gun a bit here but if I want to run virtual machines will they need a partition? I don't wan to use gparted to set it all up then not have some space for that

    also a friend of mine just suggested an AC3 partition... wut.
    Last edited by new to ubuntoo; March 19th, 2013 at 10:14 PM.

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