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Thread: Disk partitioning

  1. #1
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    Disk partitioning

    I'm running 9.10 right now. I WAS dual booting Vista, while I got re-acquainted with nix. Today I finally got rid of Vista, marked that partition for format to ext4, and did it.
    Here's the question, how do I merge that now free to use space with the partition I'm using for Ubuntu? All I want to run is ubuntu, and have my hole HD dedicated to it.

    Here is a screenshot, what, and how should I do it?


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    Re: Disk partitioning

    Boot into the live cd and resize the nix partition with gparted. You can't resize a mounted partition... that's why the live cd.
    ‎"Beauty in things exists in the mind which contemplates them." -- David Hume

  3. #3
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    Re: Disk partitioning

    Ok, now I don't feel SO stupid, that I wasn't overlooking something obvious. Thanks man

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