I am dual-booting Windows 7 and Ubuntu (installed with wubi). So far there have been no problems, but now it says the disk is out of space all the time (I think that is because
/dev/loop0 is used 100% -- would that cause this?).
So I wish to partition them properly, as I think that is the problem. I want to move all my Windows stuff and files to one partition (
sda1) and move all my Ubuntu files to another partition (
gparted to configure disk space on
sda1 200G with 10% free space, and
sda2 50G with 80% free space.
However, I don't understand how to determine which partition Ubuntu is installed on, and how to move files from one partition to the other.
Here are some terminal commands that describe my system.
$ sudo blkid /dev/loop0 (ext3) /dev/sda1 (ntfs; boot) /dev/sda2 (ntfs) $ sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 $ sudo df -l /dev/loop0 *(using 100% of 5.5G; mount point: /)* udev *(using 1% of 1.5G; mount point: /dev)* tmpfs *(using 1% of 500M; mount point: /run)* none *(using 0% of 5M; mount point: /run/lock)* none *(using 1% of 1.5G; mount point: /run/shm)* dev/sda1 *(using 96% of 200G; mount point: /host; boot)*
Also, when I check my
/etc/fstab file, it only has:
# UNCONFIGURED FSTAB FOR BASE SYSTEM /host/ubuntu/disks/swap.disk none swap sw 0 0