Anyone know how to remove these block devices? I want everything in one partition.
The three block devices are logical volumes in an LVM volume group,
swap is used for swap (spill-over for RAM),
home is used to store all your personal data, and
root is used for everything else (programs, system configuration, system logs...).
There are good reasons for these three devices to be separate:
If you really want to merge everything into a single partition (which I do not recommend), here are the steps involved, assuming all your existing data fits in 54GB:
Create a new directory for your data:
Move all your data across:
mv -t /home2 /home/*
Create a swap file:
dd if=/dev/zero of=/swap bs=1M count=8192
/etc/fstab to remove the line concerning
home and replace
Rename your new
mv /home2 /home
Enable your swap file:
Using a program such as
gparted, remove the
home volumes and resize
The easiest way to do this using a UI that will guide you through the process is GParted, otherwise you could delete/modify partitions with fdisk in the command line.