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Discussion in 'Linux Other' started by wizardfromoz, Dec 12, 2017.

  1. xXNORDXx

    xXNORDXx Gold Member
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    here are the final screen shots after my expanding the partition mess lol!


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  2. wizardfromoz

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    OK, that's good :)

    In Settings - Schedule, switch everything off for the moment, and we'll comeback and have a look at that tomorrow my time.

    In a new Terminal, run the command

    Code:
    blkid
    Instead of a screenshot look at your Toolbar in your Reply Pane and 4th from right is an oblong with a plus sign, click that and you can choose Code. Before you do, in Terminal menu - Edit - Select All, right-click in the highlighted text and copy, then back into linux.org, choose Code and paste between the "meta" flags.

    Have a play with your new baby.

    See you soon

    Wiz
     

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