HamsterFilesystemResizing

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After image writing follow this steps:

1. Install gparted:

daria@daria:sudo apt-get install gparted

2. Run gparted in terminal:

daria@daria:sudo gparted

3. Check your SD's partition - /dev/sd*

"*" - could be b,c etc., depends of your local environment.

!!Be careful with SD partition recognition to avoid data loosing

4. Select /dev/sd*2 (label PI_ROOT) partition and do "unmount" in case it mounted.

To unmount partition right click on /dev/sd*2 partition->unmount.

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5. Right click on /dev/sd*2 PI_ROOT and resize image:

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From current size:

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To maximum SD-card's size :

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Click Resize/Move and Apply All Operations, applying attention message about LOSS of DATA.

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Finish!