resizing existing partition
pegandersonbd1 at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 24 20:02:49 PST 2003
So I've decided to start the LFS program and am stuck already. I recently
installed Suse on my machine. It created 3 physical partitions. /boot,
swap, and /. I want to resize my / partition so that I can create a new
partition for LFS. The book says to simply read the man pages for cfdisk
and fdisk. I have read them multiple times. I don't understand how I can
resize my partition. I have umounted it and tried it. I have tried parted,
fdisk, cfdisk, and suse's utility. I do have data on this partition that
I'd like to preserve. It is the Reiser FS.
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