Re: Size of default partition with d-i beta3
On Friday 21 May 2004 18:22, Roberto Sanchez wrote:
> Brent Bailey wrote:
> > Man, I hope that I don't have to re-format the whole thing...
> Nope. Just use resize2fs to shrink /home and then use the free
> space to create a new partition. Move your data around as
Yes, make a much larger / -- it will rob you of very little of your
large /home. You can use the old root partition for /boot. Just be
careful about updating lilo.conf and running lilo.