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> On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Steven Davies-Morris
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I'll second using gparted. I have the stand-alone CD download from a
>> few months back. It does a great job. I recently used it to resize
>> partions on my laptop to accommodate a new Win2K install, and get rid
>> of a bunch of space on some NTFS drives that I then gave to Ubuntu.
> I'm working on this right now and gparted is shrinking and expanding.
> eta 45 min.
> Anyway... will I have to do anything to the ext3 partition to tell it
> has more space?
> ie: ext2resize /dev/sda2
nope. gparted is the frontend to all that. as long as you've done all
the operations within gparted and it is done and happy with the results
all should be good.
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