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/dev/sda2 contains a filesystem with error after partitioning (updated)
I just wanted to create a separate home partition on my Ubuntu 12.10 system. I booted the liveDVD, resized the sda2 partition (28gb of data resized to 30gb based on MiB [originally on a 100gb ...
Dec 17 '12 at 8:13
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