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?
Whenever I connect an external USB hard drive with an NTFS partition to my Ubuntu driven netbook all partitions are lost for Windows machines and listed as RAW.
⠀USB hard drive with NTFS partition(s) and data
⠀Connecting USB hard drive to Ubuntu.
⠀All partitions are being recognized, icons appearing on desktop, I can copy, read and write.
⠀Right-click on the icon(s), choose to safely un
I'm running into a problem on my linux home file server:
Everytime I try and copy a chunk of data from one of the sata partitions to another partition I run out of space.
All the partitions are ext4
All register far more than adequate space for the copy (+40-50% more than needed).
I can't figure out why this happens- I've got 4 1.5-2.0 TB drives in there, and a 3tb drive.
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
I have already created my bootable flash drive and checked out Ubuntu. I want to install it along side my Windows 8.1 Pro. I have a 1 terabyte hard drive. On this drive I have a 2 windows partitions and 195 gigabyte partition.
When I run the installation it does not see any partitions at all and just sees the whole drive as being free space.