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Originally Posted by tr_wright1 so it won't let you make it at all? no, for some reason it just says this partition cannot be resized...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tr_wright1
    so it won't let you make it at all?
    no, for some reason it just says this partition cannot be resized

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    Quote Originally Posted by tr_wright1
    these other partitions you mentioned how big are they?
    266mb for swap
    125mb for ext2 (linux native, as the window called it
    with /boot as the mount point

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    i have had this problem b 4 cos linux doesn't show formatted capacity, but it should take that much
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    Quote Originally Posted by tr_wright1
    i have had this problem b 4 cos linux doesn't show formatted capacity, but it should take that much
    so what do i do?

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    you could try making "/boot" in journalised fs and then trying to make "/" but if that doesn't work then im not sure
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    Quote Originally Posted by tr_wright1
    you could try making "/boot" in journalised fs and then trying to make "/" but if that doesn't work then im not sure
    isnt that what i just did?

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    under what type do i put "/"?

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    journalised fs
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    theres many kinds of journalised fs there the ext 3 and like 3 other hold on ill see if i can find them

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    for journalised fs there is etx3, xfs, reiserfs, and jfs

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