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Deleting and Formatting partition [duplicate]

So, I just deleted the XP partition on my hard-drive, and now have 30 Gb of extra space. But that space isnt being used by my Ubuntu file-system, and I'm getting warnings that there is only about 200 ...
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Increase disk space for Windows in a dual-boot configuration [duplicate]

I have a dual-booted computer with Windows 8 and Ubuntu. I need more hard drive space for Windows, so I want to lower the amount of space I gave the Ubuntu partition. How can I do that?
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Please help me extend my / partition by shrinking my /home [duplicate]

I am using Ubuntu 14.04(64bit) 6gb ram.I am trying to install oracle,netbeans and other development tools .But i find that my root partition has very less disk space.Most of my /home is free.I want ...
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Not enough space after upgrade (dual-boot) [duplicate]

I installed Ubuntu 12.04 along with Windows 7 on my machine. After that, I upgraded Ubuntu from 12.04 to 14.04. Now I'm facing space problems for Ubuntu. The system cannot find enough space for ...
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Need to create a Partition after installing Ubuntu

I have a 1TB hard drive. :P The problem is that I've already installed Ubuntu 12.04, but I did not make any separate partitions beside the one the operating system is installed on. Now I want to ...
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How to create partition without formatting drive?

I am have some doubts in partition my external drive. I am have external drive of capacity 2TB formatted in NTFS . 1.5 TB is used in hard drive. I want to create one partition of 200 GB in FAT . But I ...
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Is it possible reduce swap memory size?

The matter is that my computer has 3Gb of memory ram. Therefore i think that i don't need too much swap memory size, and i really need free space in the hard disk. sorry by my English
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Resizing my linux partition [duplicate]

So, I was getting rid of my openSUSE to install lubuntu. In the process, I didn't manage my hard drive partitions well enough and as a result, I lost my windows 7 partition. I got over the loss, and ...
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Partition the hard drive after Ubuntu 14.04 installation [closed]

I want to know if I can create a partition on my hard disk after installing Ubuntu on it. I want to create partition as we do it in Windows like D: or E: drives etc. Now I have done the installation ...
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Software Centre Authentication Error 13.10 [closed]

So I'm very new to Ubuntu, I don't know how to edit files, everything I do to improve Ubuntu is done through the Terminal using guides I find online. Basically since I downloaded Ubuntu 13.10 overtop ...
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How to split the disk partition having Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I want to create partition of my Hard Disk but the partition contains Ubuntu installed in it. I have GParted installed but since the partition contains Ubuntu I can't unmount. Is there any way I can ...
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Expanding partition

I have a 220g partition with ubuntu. And a empty partition 100g. How can I expand the partition with ubuntu? I boot from liveCD, start gparted, sgrink 1 partition, and could't expand the 2 partition. ...
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Can not boot after 14.04 to 14.04.1 update, but recovery boot works

Recovery is the only way I can boot as ubuntu is my only os, I can reinstall, but would rather not. I do not see the point in reinstalling the same os, to get the same issues. whenever I boot up or ...
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I want to increase the size of my boot partition (Ubuntu 14.04 version) [duplicate]

I read in another post that kernels are distributed as new releases rather than upgrades. I didn't know this when I was allocating space to my partitions during my initial install of Ubuntu. As a ...
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How do put two operating systems on one DVD-R? [duplicate]

How would I go about installing Ubuntu 32 and 64 bit 12.10 on the same disk? I would really like to do this if you could help. I'm on Ubuntu 12.10 64bit ATM if that helps. Edit: What I meant was ...

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