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Old 10-17-2003, 08:15 AM   #1
SeXuaLSoYBeaN
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How do I make my Linux Partition larger?


Here's the thing.. I have dualboot on my system, WIndows XP and Mandrake Linux

When I installed Mandrake, I only allocated 5 gigs of space for Mandrake to use, and the other 35 gigs to windows (I have a 40gb harddrive)

What if I want to add more? How do i do it? Or is it not possible?
 
Old 10-17-2003, 08:34 AM   #2
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I can give u a solution though it mght not be optimal. Use a patition manager like PartitionMagic on Windows to create a new partition. Now on Linux you can format this partition as ext3 or whatever you desire and then mount it wherever you want. Might not be optimal but shld work
 
  


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