[Ilugc] setting up dual boot
baskar at linuxpert.in
Thu Jul 12 17:39:07 IST 2012
> > It looks like you have allocated the entire disk space as various
> > partitions. I guess by free space, you mean one of the partitions is
> > empty
> > or un formatted. Try deleting the partition which has the free space.
> > Make
> > it un allocated disk space. Then mint might recognize this.
> this is my current partition - when I tried the dual boot, I had 40 GB
> of free space also.
post the output of 'blkid' (as root) to know current partitions alongwith
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