Patrick O'Callaghan wrote: > After installing F10 on my netbook I decided to reorganize the > partitions to gain space for Fedora and reduce that available to > Windows. I booted the Live CD (actually a Live USB pendrive) and used > yum to install gparted on the running system. > > However gparted won't let me move the extended hd partition where I > installed Fedora. It claims that "at least one" of the sub-partitions is > mounted, but I can't see it listed under 'mount' and don't understand > how it can be mounted if I'm running from the pendrive and haven't > explicitly mounted it myself. > > Any thoughts? > > poc > > PS I also tried the live gparted download but it has video problems on > this machine and is unusable. > Dumb question - do you have a swap partition on the extended partition? The live-CD may be using it if you do. Try running "swapon -s". Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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