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So, I'm relatively new to linux, and decided to install Ubuntu 10.04, and get comfortable with it. Then, just today I wanted to try Fedora Core 13, but didn't want ...
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    Ubuntu 10.04 and fedora core 13 help!


    So, I'm relatively new to linux, and decided to install Ubuntu 10.04, and get comfortable with it. Then, just today I wanted to try Fedora Core 13, but didn't want to remove Ubuntu. Now, I'm running fc13 and don't really like it, but I shrunk the Ubuntu partition when I installed fc13.Does anyone know how to resize Ubuntu, or at least boot into it? Seriously, I messed up, I think.

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    Hello and welcome!

    You can easily use gparted (I like using it from the Parted Magic liveCD) to shrink, expand, rearrange, or add to your current partitions to make room for another distribution, then dual-boot between them, or you can install a new distribution right over the previous distro using the same partitions.

    Hope it goes well and you have fun with it.
    oz

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