Partition resize

Alfredo De Luca alfredo.deluca at
Sat Feb 6 17:15:21 UTC 2010

Hi all.

I ended up save all my stuff and install Ubuntu 9.10 fro scratch...
Anyway thanks all for you suggestions and clues.

I ll remember those next time.



On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 07:24, Chadley Wilson <chadleyw at>wrote:

> >
> > Then my recommendation would be to backup your Ubuntu install (or at
> > least the /home folders) and just reinstall using the entire drive.
> >
> > You can muck about trying to remove Win7, resize partitions, etc. But if
> you
> > prefer a 'clean' working sytem I'd reinstall. Consider putting the /home
> folder
> > on a separate partition.
> >
> [>]
> Totally agreed this is always the best course of action. You should be able
> to sort yourself out now. Let us know what you decided to and how the
> results turned out.
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