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I have an 32GiB USB flash drive.

I wrote Debian Live image to USB flash drive by "dd".

Now on USB flash drive 27 GiB free space.

I want to use this free space.

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    You have not been clear about the situation, so I can not tell you exactly. However try gparted. It should help. It can re-size and add partitions. – ctrl-alt-delor Dec 27 '18 at 13:22
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Try using a partitioning tool like gparted, available on the excellent SystemRescueCd, to access your USB flash drive. Assuming your Debian installation is on the only partition on the flash drive (/dev/sdb1 or something similar - use lsblk and/or fdisk -l to check), you can use gparted to shrink the partition and create a second partition (or a number of them) in the 27GB of free space. Using lsblk and fdisk -l to find flash drive info

  • Welcome, could you explain how to use Gparted to make the USB usable again (important steps). The same for fdisk. – GAD3R Dec 27 '18 at 14:07
  • Using Gparted with a USB drive is explained in detail elsewhere. I'm entirely too unambitious to repeat the steps here. :-) But here is the link to one such page: [link]howtogeek.com/howt17001o//… Edited for clarity – 007 Dec 27 '18 at 17:19

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