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I used to have Ubuntu 5 on my laptop, and on the 3rd, i updated it to Ubuntu 6, but after the update, i noticed in gpartition that i had ...
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- 06-24-2006 #1
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- Jan 2006
Ubuntu 6 update partition bug?
I used to have Ubuntu 5 on my laptop, and on the 3rd, i updated it to Ubuntu 6, but after the update, i noticed in gpartition that i had 2 partitions
hda1 = 50 mb for /
hdb2 = 19 gb which is unformatted
ive checked the disk under cfdisk, and it gave me the same report that hdb2 is unformatted.
the odd part is that... I have more then 10gb in data on that laptop :o
it used to be just one big HDD that was an ext3 for ubuntu, and now it happens to be unformatted, and yet still usable...
is there Umm... something i can do to get it to normal? (i dont want to reformat it, because im 100% sure that my 10gb of data is in that 19gb "unformatted" partition)
- 06-24-2006 #2Originally Posted by weeneedhelp"To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."