I am running kubuntu 11.04. I installed it in a dual-boot scenario on a single drive, with Windows XP installed first. The XP installation is fubar so I now would like to use the space in kubuntu.
I formatted the old partition in gparted and upon trying to access it in a file manager I got the following error:
An error occurred while accessing 'space', the system responded: org.freedesktop.UDisks.Error.Inhibited: Daemon is inhibited
I am assuming this error is linked to the fact that the partition doesn't have a mount point, but I may well be wrong. I'd just like to have the filesystem set up so that a folder of my specification is using that drive exclusively (e.g. /home/user/files). From what I understand about mount points, I should be able to do that. I am hoping my changing of this drive won't have anything to do with booting or be system-critical. Is this possible? My drive layout looks like this:
/dev/sda1 ext3 90.76 GiB this is where the xp installation was located /dev/sda2 ext3 19.53 GiB lunix /dev/sda3 swap 1.49 GiB unallocated 2.49 MiB
Any help in this would be greatly appreciated, as I am running pretty low on drive space!