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How to convert Wubi install into regular install?
How do I give Ubuntu 10.10 more space (when installed inside Windows 7 (via wubi))?

I have installed Ubuntu from Windows 8 using windows installer on a small allocated space same partition as windows. Now I want to use ubuntu as my primary OS so want to allocate it more space. Can I do that without loosing windows or linux data?

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marked as duplicate by psusi, Gilles, Ringtail, Luis Alvarado, Eliah Kagan Jan 9 '13 at 1:11

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Download this file Now from your terminal do following. For example we want to make it 20 GB then:

cd ~/Downloads/wubi-resize-1.6
sudo bash 20

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I use mint and thought what works for ubuntu will work for mint but unfortunately it does not :( Thank you for answer – user119150 Jan 10 '13 at 19:41

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