Alfredo De Luca
alfredo.deluca at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 17:42:48 UTC 2010
That's was I thought....Gparted should be the answer....
I ll let you know,
On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 18:38, Rashkae <ubuntu at tigershaunt.com> wrote:
> Rashkae wrote:
> > Alfredo De Luca wrote:
> >> Hi all.
> >> Scenario
> >> Dual boot with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 9.10.
> >> I'd like to resize Ubuntu partition in order to take all disk (of course
> >> 7 included) without reinstall Ubuntu.
> >> Does anybody know if and how to do that?
> > Relatively easy. As a caveat, always backup your data before making
> > changes to partitions, as bad things can happen at inconvenient times.
> > I believe it's possible to grow a mounted ext3/4 filesystem. I've never
> > really done this however, so don't know how good an idea that would be.
> > therefore, for the sake of not experimenting, I would suggest you boot
> > from the Ubuntu install CD. Once on the destop, you can use the
> > graphical disk management utility (disk tool in karmic?) to delete the
> > the windows partition, apply changes, then resize the Linux partition so
> > it takes up the space that is now vacated. That should be all that is
> > required.
> Sorry, my bad, Disk Utility does not allow you to do this. You need
> Gparted. I'll have to check if that is available on the Ubuntu install
> Cd or if you have to use a rescue cd of some flavor.
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