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#1 2021-10-11 08:52

q4osteam
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Expand the disk, if you have installed via Windows installer

1. First make a backup.

2. Edit file "c:\linux64\debian11\install\preseed.cfg" with administrator permissions and modify the line:

debian-installer/disksize1 string <size_in_megabytes>

Change "size_in_megabytes" to a desired value. Make sure disk size doesn't exceed free disk space.

3. Run in Windows terminal:

fsutil file seteof c:\linux64\debian11\disks\root.disk <size_in_megabytes*1024*1024>

4. Remove the file "c:\linux64\debian11\install\stp_disk1expanded.stp".

5. Reboot to Linux, the disk will be resized upon boot.

Last edited by q4osteam (2021-10-12 07:41)

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