Thanks for your comments, I didn't get an installation disc. Is the program you mention available as a free download & if so where can I find it ?
Yes. You will need to boot the installation disk or download Parted Magic and work from there. Then you will need to use the partition manager (Gparted or similar) to shrink and adjoining partition and to enlarge the one that you want to make larger. Do NOT work from your installed Ubuntu or you risk making a big mess.
RoyOn Thursday, April 24, 2014 9:29:43 AM, "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi, every time I start up my pc it displays a low disk space message, it says "this computer has only 196.7MB disk space remaining. I'm running 10.04 lucid, the guy who set it up partitioned the disk & there is 62 GB of unused free space on an 80GB disk. is there any way I can I free it up for use ? Regards, Gerry.
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