expand /boot partition?
dvincent at sleepdeprived.ca
Tue Jun 17 15:25:03 BST 2008
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> I'd like to rob some space from Vista to expand /boot to like 100M or
> even 150M. Right now, when I get a new kernel in updates, it will
> install but fills /boot so that I can't then purge the old kernel to
> free up space which is what I ran into previously with a post a couple
> weeks ago.
> Is it possible to do this? Any pointers on how to go about doing
> this? I'm not wanting to brick my install and have to reinstall.
I'd boot systemrescuecd and then use gparted to resize the partitions.
then I'd double check the UUIDs of each partition to make sure they
still matched what are in /etc/fstab. That might be redundant but I
like to be safe.
Need any pointers on how to do all that?
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