First off, I'm a newb. When I installed Ubuntu it asked me how much drive space to allocate for the OS and I said 80 GB.
Now I find that I am running out of hard drive space. Disk utility shows that I have 3 partitions that have been added, but none of them are 80 GB.
The partitions are:
- 56 GB ext4 - 60 GB Extended - 4.1GB swap
The 60GB partition is a container for logical partitions. What is that?
I am new to any kind of issues concerning hard drives and containers for logical partitions. So my questions are
- Why do i not have 80 gig available?
- can i merge the 56GB partition with the 60GB partition so i can have more usable space for storing programs in Linux?
Requested output from:
major minor #blocks name 8 0 488386584 sda 8 1 40131 sda1 8 2 15360000 sda2 8 3 414029711 sda3 8 4 1 sda4 8 5 3984384 sda5 8 6 54970368 sda6 11 0 1048575 sr0 8 16 488358912 sdb 8 17 488357888 sdb1