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I'm running very low free disk space on my file system. Is it possible to extend file system size using network drive (using LVM or similar)
Preferably I would like to use Google drive (There is something called Gdrive to mount Google drive.)

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The link you provided has nothing to do with Google drive, or even mounting network drives. It simply tells how to use gparted to make an existing partition bigger on a local drive with unused space. – Marty Fried Dec 5 '12 at 19:17
@MartyFried edited. It was Copy-Paste Error – 465544 Dec 5 '12 at 19:20

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