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    /dev/root full


    Hi,

    I have an Orange Pi Zero (512Mb) and a Debian is running on this device. An 8Gb micro SD card is in the Orange Pi.
    I installed few of program and the /dev/root is almost full.

    Filesystem Size Used
    /dev/root 934M 552M

    I have an Partition with 6.2Gb, but I cannot add this partition to the root.

    Could you help me please, how can I solve this Problem?
    I attached a file and there are visible some output.

    Thank you for the help!
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    Hi there. This isn't so much a Debian issue as a Pi issue. There are many ways to increase the size of the installed root partition on the live device (eg. check out the great howto at "https://elinux.org/RPi_Resize_Flash_Partitions"). That is, go google it.
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