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You still need to resize the filesystem contained in the LV (assuming it's one of the ext filesystems): resize2fs /dev/mapper/vg_condor-lv_root If you want to resize a logical volume and its filesystem in a single operation, use fsadm: fsadm resize /dev/mapper/vg_condor-lv_root This supports the ext filesystems as well as ReiserFS and XFS.
From the above output (repeated below) the USB device does not contain a partition table. Instead the device is formatted entirely with the fat32 file system starting at 0. This means that no space was left at the start of the device for a partition table. Model: KINGSTON DataTraveler 3.0 (scsi) Disk /dev/sdc: 15,6GB Sector size (logical/physical): ...
In this particular scenario, you have 3 primary and 1 extended partition. If you look at the output of fdisk -l and pay attention to /dev/sda2 End and /dev/sda3 Start, you have a bit of space there. My guess is that your only option is to move data from /dev/sda3 (/boot) partition over network or with some external media (USB etc), unmount /boot, delete ...
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