nullack at gmail.com
Sat Jun 28 19:26:27 BST 2008
Simple fix for grub is:
gksudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst
Edit partition number
Remove unwanted boot descriptors
2008/6/28 Simon Ives <simon at simonives.info>:
> I forgot to mention that Hardy is located on the second partition. I
> was worried that that there may be an issue because Hardy wouldn't be
> physically located at the beginning of the drive. Also, would Grub
> recognise the changes?
>> Message: 10
>> Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2008 12:44:22 +1000
>> From: "Null Ack" <nullack at gmail.com>
>> Subject: Re: Partition Help
>> To: ubuntu-au at lists.ubuntu.com
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>> I would think you should be able to simply delete the unwanted
>> partition and resize the one you want but to be safe Id backup the
>> data beforehand :)
>> 2008/6/28 Simon Ives <simon at simonives.info>:
>> > I've got a, hopefully, simple question regarding the partitions on my
>> > system.
>> > I have two equal size partitions (ext3) with the first containing Gutsy
>> > and the second Hardy. I no longer need Gutsy and would like to have
>> > just a single partition with Hardy. I don't want to remove the Hardy
>> > install that I already have. ?Can I simply use a tool such as GParted
>> > to accomplish this or is there some other process that's better/easier?
>> > Thanks.
>> > Simon.
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