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Out of disk space - Ubuntu

On Nov 25, 2009, at 12:16 PM, aldo albanese wrote:
> I ran out of disk space on ext3.  I was able to allocate 2 more gig of space in VMvare to use for Ubuntu.  When I go to the disk partition menu under Gparted, I see "ext3" and "unallocated space".  Can I integrate the unallocated space into the original ext3 to extend the original 3 giB to toal 5 gib?

You can.  The easiest way is to use a gparted live CD, boot that, and resize your ext3 partition.

--Rich P.

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