emiliosf at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 18:24:34 UTC 2010
Are running gparted on a installed system?
First you need to umount the partition what you want to add that unallocated
So if this partition is your /home i advise you to boot from a liveCD.
2010/2/22 Karl F. Larsen <klarsen1 at gmail.com>
> I have a problem. With Gparted I see my /dev/sda12 is almost
> out of space. It is my /home and I have too much stuff there.
> A panel pops up saying I have only 1.6GB left.
> There is a /dev/hda13 which is my Lucid software and it had
> too much space, 20 GB. So I used Gparted and resized it to 10
> GB ( it takes 5 GB now).
> So now I have 2 unallocated listings since I got the 10 GB
> from /dev/sda13 and it is 10 GB.
> The last listing is unallocated 30 GB.
> I want to add the 10 GB unallocated to /dev/sda12 but I have
> not found a way to do this. Does anyone recall the steps to
> get this done?
> 73 Karl
> Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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