Linux Tip: Resize an ext3 partition with gparted

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Recently I embarked on a cleaning spree prompted by full capacity on my filedrive (where all my digital media lives). After shuffling files all around the system, deleting old OS files that were no longer needed, etc, I had 3x 100gb partitions with just a little bit of stuff in each. What I wanted was… Read more »

Mac Tip: Resize Bootcamp Partition

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To resize your bootcamp partition, you: convert the filesystem to ntfs (convert c: /fs:ntfs). clone the windows partition using the free program Winclone. open bootcamp assistant and “restore” drive to original state (remove bootcamp partition) reboot, open bootcamp assistant, create larger bootcamp partition reboot, restore original image to new partition If you have VM Fusion,… Read more »