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Is it possible to increase /boot disk space? [duplicate]

It seems that every couple of weeks my /boot drive gets full and needs to have some more space freed up. I've already found this question to allow me to free up that space, however I'd rather not have ...
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Increase size of root / ubuntu 14.04 [duplicate]

I wanted to increase the size of my root / and /home in ubuntu. Currently my disk map looks like following : Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda9 14G 9.2G 3.8G 71% / ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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