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I have added 1 TB harddisk my system already has Ubuntu 11.10 on another drive, and I need a quick partitioning of the 1Tb HDD from linux: an 150 Gb partition the rest just free.

How can I do that in a few steps?

EDIT: Gparted does the fastest job if you like GUI!For console: fdisk!

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Use software such as Gparted or in terminal:

fdisk /dev/sda1(use your hdd instead)

After editiing and writing changes update your fstab file.

To list hard disk's use:

fdisk -l

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How can I see all drives available to know which sdxx is mine? – Eduard Florinescu Aug 24 '12 at 15:18
    
Gparted really works great! – Eduard Florinescu Aug 24 '12 at 15:20

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