I have two 750MB hard drives in the computer.
One is divided into 2 partitions, one is a single partition.
Is there a GUI pgm that will show space usage on both of these disks,
on all the partitions?
While installing from my flash stick which is 4gb big, the installer says I no more have hard drive in space in my created partitions. Problem is I did no create any partitions,but my laptop says there are partitions. How do I make partitions with enough space?
After reading a lot about why newer 4096 byte physical block hard drives should be partitioned taking care of alignment (Linux on 4KB-sector disks: Practical advice, What is partition alignment and why whould I need it?, Why do I have to “align” the partitions on my new Western Digital hard drive?, I was convinced to make sure my new disk was properly partitioned and formatted with 4096 byte block
im sorry i know this is not the place but im kinda dead in the water here. so i'm completely new to linux an i wanted to install fedora 19 with my windows 7 (dual boot) but when i go through the installation process it only shows my harddrive(not partitions) and says that there is 37 gig available for u an 17 mb available for us and says that there is not enough space on my hard drive.
I'm new at this please help me. I've installed Ubuntu just yesterday but I had to install it to just 6GB the OS taking up around 3 I think, but I have about 260GB free on my one and only Hard Drive. How can I utilize that space for Ubuntu?
I have it set to dual boot, my other OS being windows.