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    /dev/root full


    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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    Linux Newbie sarlacii's Avatar
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    May 2005
    South Africa
    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 ""). That is, go google it.
    Respectfully... Sarlac II
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    The Problem has been resolved. I added the following command >>> sudo fs_resize

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