linux partition

Posted on 2011-09-11
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
hi i have a primary partition on my Debian machine that is out of space
the partition is /dev/sdb1 ,and my disk have a lot of free space
 my question is how do i extend the partition for more space ?
Question by:ywainberg

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0x4c1d earned 500 total points
ID: 36518549
Hey Dude

Their is a tool you can use its a live CD - they only way to do this is to unmount the /home dir

Gnome Partition Editor

you will need to burn a live cd or live usb -

This is a download of the Live CD iso

Live CD

This is the tool to make a live cd


Here is a link on how to use this tool



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ID: 36518551
i just did it ,found the solution on the web ,but ill give you the point for the quick response anyway

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