expand /boot partition?
sdavmor at systemstheory.net
Tue Jun 17 14:36:50 UTC 2008
> On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 9:25 AM, David Vincent
> <dvincent at sleepdeprived.ca> wrote:
>> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
>> Hash: SHA1
>> 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?
> Thanks for the info. I'll take a look. I'm guessing that you just
> run vol_id on the partition to see if the UUID changed after you do
> the resize. Right?
I'll second using gparted. I have the stand-alone CD download from a
few months back. It does a great job. I recently used it to resize
partions on my laptop to accommodate a new Win2K install, and get rid
of a bunch of space on some NTFS drives that I then gave to Ubuntu.
Cheers, SDM -- a 21st Century Schizoid Man
Systems Theory internet music project: <www.systemstheory.net>
on MySpace: <www.myspace.com/systemstheory>
on Last FM: <www.last.fm/music/Systems+Theory>
get "Codetalkers" *free* at <www.mikedickson.org.uk/codetalkers>
More information about the ubuntu-users