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How to resize / enlarge / grow a non-LVM ext4 partition
I have already searched the forums, but couldnt find a good suitable answer: I have an Ubuntu Server 10.04 as KVM Host and a guest system, that also runs 10.04. The host system uses LVM and there are ...
Mar 23 '12 at 7:59
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