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I just successfully installed vmware and download a fedora image from the net. However, when I check the size of virtual disk within the fedora using df -h, I have ...
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    Increase virtual disk for vmwareplayer's image


    I just successfully installed vmware and download a fedora image from the net. However, when I check the size of virtual disk within the fedora using df -h, I have only 4 Gb. Does it mean that the fedora image creator limit the size of virtual disk to 4Gb? How do I increase that? I would like to instlal more programs.

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    i think fedora dosn't restrict the size of disk.

    but using Vmplayer you can't resize the disk size.

    you must use either VMware Workstation or VMware GSX Server to resize the harddisk partions or create new partions

    If you are using any of the above tools fallow the info here to resize disks
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