Re: Boot partion too small
qtparted will do this. I find the easiest way to run it, including usable
support for resizing NTFS partitions, is from the system rescue cd at
sysresccd.org. Just enter "run_qtparted" from the Linux Live CD.
Good luck! Usual disclaimers apply...if it erases your data, it isn't
my fault! etc. :-)
> Hi All
> I've got a couple of systems that I made the boot partion <8mb on. The
> time has long come that these are full and I can't upgrade the kernel
> image on them. I've alread cleaned out the old reduntant images etc
> The partions are at the front of the drive, one box has a swap file as
> the next partition, but another has / as the adjacent partion.
> Is there anyway I can grow these partions and shufle/shrink the others
> with out loosing information?
> Thanks all
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