I have installed Fedora but it has to little storage and i want to only have fedora left so i can have more storage and because i have been used to fedora. The partition of ubuntu and fedora are the same.

Screenshot of disk

it says that the fedora-root filesystem has 0B left

  • 1. I do not see your ubuntu partition. 2. Fedora is using lvm and it appears you have additional space in the lvm. 3. See docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/14/html/… as gparted does not do lvm
    – Panther
    Commented Dec 25, 2018 at 17:56
  • @Panther It is the big one and for some reason the fedora and ubuntu is the same partiotion. Commented Dec 25, 2018 at 18:12
  • Fedora and ubuntu can not be the same partition
    – Panther
    Commented Dec 25, 2018 at 19:39

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The partition fedora is managed by lvm. It basically allows you to take a physical partition and assign parts of it to logical lvm partitions as needed, making space allocation more flexible. To learn more, you can read the arch linux wiki entry, for example.

The tool you are using, gparted is not displaying the lvm volumes.

You can do so by running lvdisplay (list logical volumes) and pvdisplay (list physical volumes). The lvm management tools are documented for example in the redhat docs.

Or you can use a graphical tool that properly supports lvm (for example: KDE partition manager)

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