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My computer has an unallocated free space of 3.69 GB according to Gparted in Ubuntu. I want to add that unallocated space of 3.69 Gb to the Ubuntu Partition. My problem is that when I type the command line in the terminal in Ubuntu I get dev/sda 5 to 8 with Linux. To which one do I add this unallocated free space ??

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  • You've asked this question twice. Please delete one of them. – heynnema Dec 4 '16 at 15:57
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It depends on where you want the extra space on your file system. If you type 'mount' in a terminal, it will give you a list of partitions that are mounted at that time. You will most likely want to add the free space to the partition specified mounted as root, /. You could also add it to /home /var, /etc depending on your set up.

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