Oh how windows looks a whole lot easier!!! Help
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 24, 2003
So i have only been using RH9 for oh say about 12 minutes (well longer then that but you get the point). I have 2 problems... First is first, for sum reason my USB controllers dont work, when i plug something in and boot up it just hangs in the boot. However if i boot with no USB Devices plugged in then i am golden... Now for the second problem... I have a RealTek 8139 LAN Card and for some reason i cannot get the stupid thing to work within RH 9. Maybe i dont have it configured right? I am not really sure though what all those setting should be (i.e. IRQ, MEM, so on a so fourth) I thought that i was decent with computers but RH 9 is really kicking my a$$... Any help is greatly appericated...
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PXE boot Gparted from Windows TFTPD32
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 24, 2009
I have PXE booted ubuntu and debian. I was wondering how do I PXE boot Gparted. On their website it says that you can do it and tells you what to download. On the debian and ubuntu netboot folder there are a pxelinux.0 file and a pxelinux.cfg folder that I can use on TFTPD32 to serve.
On the Gparted folder I dont have a pxelinux.0 file or pxelinux.cfg folder. I have a syslinux folder. What do I need to make this work like the debian and ubuntu PXE netboot?
gparted. how to set flags
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 13, 2011
I have repartitioned my hard drive but cannot set the boot flag
Gparted how long to format new 1TB with NTFS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 10, 2009
I just got a new 1TB drive and I used gparted to put the partition table on it and format it with NTFS. The whole process took about 5 minutes. I thought (based on my experience formatting drives with windows) that it would take a really long time since its a 1TB drive. I was skeptical that it even worked, but I can read/write files to it and even after rebooting, my files are accessible.
Why was the process much quicker with gparted/ubuntu then what I remember when I did it with windows?
I'm running a dual core 2.7ghz AMD and the drive is a 3gb/s SATA drive. Is that really the difference?
Post Gparted "Windows Failed to start. " \ubuntu\winboot\wubildr.mbr
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 15, 2010
Hi good people,
I have seen help threads on this subject but none work for me. I am new to linux and at the moment I can't even boot into the OS... I dont' want to re install, I have a development environment I took a long time setting up. Worst case scenario I'll bite the bullet and re install. Hopefully some hero out there can save me the day. There are only 365 after all.
I have win 7 installed. I installed Ubuntu 10.1.4. they were both running in sepearte partitions. I dual booted into either at boot up time.
One extra piece of info. Weeks ago. While in Windows7 I relabled the E: drive calling it Ubuntu. This was probably a stupid thing to do. Ubuntu didn't seem to mind at the time. I wonder if gparted got confused during the partition process because of this? Can't remember what default Label was.
LATE LAST NIGHT
I ran out of space on Ubuntu and used the Gparted Live disk to re partition. Taking away a bit off space on Win 7 and expanding Ubuntu. I went to bed a
Resizing HD with GParted: How long should it take?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 28, 2009
I am trying to resize my hard drive using GParted on the Live cd from 231 GB to 83 GB, but almost a day later it's still going. Is this a normal time length?
I don't want to stop it because I will lose my data. Also, what does it mean when GParted says "Severe damage will be done" if I cancel it. I assume that I would be able to format the hard drive again and everything would be done i.e. I assume "severe damage" doesn't mean hardware damage. Can someone clarify this for me?
Creating a partition using Gparted how to resize root partition?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 30, 2011
I want to reinstall Tiger 10.4 on my mac to use as a backup while I work out some hardware and software issues on Ubuntu.
I've downloaded Gparted, and I want to resize my root partition to make room for a new one. So I need to unmount it to do that - how can I do it if I don't have another operating system also installed to do it from?
There are currently 3 partitions:
/dev/sda1 (!) | Unknown ? 977.00 KiB | --- | --- | bios_grub
/dev/sda2 | ext4| / | 147.08 GiB | 9.37 GiB(used)| 137.71 GiB (unused)
/dev/sda3 | Linux-swap | 1.97 GiB
How Windows Decided To Destroy My Linux Files
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2007
Yes, Windows just deleted my files in my external Linux drive... automatically! This is just another reason why _I_ shouldn't trust Windows anymore. See the video on how it looks like. click here for the full story plus video
Gparted and Windows 7
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 11, 2015
Hello. I'd very much like to recover my Windows system, if for no other reason than I want to access my documents. Gparted isn't much help; it just tells me that several clusters have been referenced multiple times and offers to save the details in HTML format. Help!
[SOLVED] gparted how to get it, alternatives?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 21, 2014
Hello Debian Community,
I wish to get gparted to run from a separate CD to tweak some partitions.
1. Where do I get it? I will use Synaptic Package Manager to get gparted installed in my PC, but am not sure of a legitimate source to put on the CD.
2. Do you recommend something else besides gparted?
To give you an idea of my mission, it is to tweak tighter a /dev/sda7 by 2-4 GB, and then extend neighborly /dev/sda6/ by the same amount. Should be a breeze, right?
SEE SOLUTION BELOW IN ANOTHER POST BY ME.
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