Greetings all and my appologies with entering discussions with a question...
I've got a simple linux system. One 520 meg drive, split up into
/dev/hda1 180 megs mounted on /
/dev/hda2 120 megs mounted on /usr/games
/dev/hda3 180 megs mounted on /home
++ 16 megs in a swap partition.
My problem: Obviously 120 megs in /usr/games is waaaayy too much space.
I didn't know it at the time. What I'd LIKE TO DO is the following:
/dev/hda2 40 megs /usr/games
/dev/hda4 70 megs /root
(I keep a lot of backups in /root, so the seperate drive would be good).
I would like to do this without damaging existing data... but I'm at
a loss of how to do so. I can move the data in /usr/games/* and
/root/* to /dev/hda3 during the changeover, but even then, I'm
not sure how to resize the drive (never had to do so before...).
Any help would be appreciated.
Chaos is. Unless it isn't at the moment.