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NOTE: Sorry if my english sounds wack because it’s not my main language srry So I did something wrong while installing ubuntu and i set the swap area to 62 G.B, don’t worry, i shrank it but i can’t add free space into any of the ext4 drives (i need to add space to the “/” directory one) i tried everything i could, what should i do? submitted by /u/sapphire_420 [link] [comments]

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Spread the love          So my dumbass added 62 G.B on installation for swap area and now i cant resize the “/“ directory, any help? submitted by /u/sapphire_420 [link] [comments] X ITM Cloud News
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