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Hi there, If you have a Raspberry Pi with an SD Card larger than 2GB, then you may want access to all of the space available. By default ...
Please, if you have any data on your SD card - back it up before we start. You can use something like Win32DiskImager (for windows). Using Win32DiskImager, do ...
Firstly Login to your Raspbery Pi, then issue the following commands: sudo -i This will elevate you to root status, negating the need of sudoing a lot. df ...
Still logged in as root (from using sudo-i) issue the following commands: fdisk -uc /dev/mmcblk0 <-- where mmcblk0 is what you had previously. The prompt should change to ...
Still in the same prompt, type n and hit Return / Enter. Now type p and hit Return / Enter to create a primary partition. When you are ...
Please note that this process will take a while, don't worry. The larger the SD card, the longer the re-size operation will take. Login again, then type sudo ...
Swap isn't usually necessary - but is recommended. Type the following as root (login, then type sudo -i): cd /var and hit Return / Enter. dd if=/dev/zero of=swapfile ...
You have now re-sized the partition to use the entirety of your SD Card, and possibly created a SWAP file. Comments and Criticisms are welcome as always. Hope ...
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