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    Phil Reilly

    You can easily resize the installer with gparted on a Linux machine.

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    shashank (Edited )

    gparted created 9.62gb fat32 on my 16gb usb but didn't work. any help?

     update: adding new partition and the above code somehow didn't work. extended the sdb16 from 1.1gb to remaining 9.62gb (in gparted) worked.space increased to 10.6gb

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    Phil Reilly

    Resize NOT create!

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    Jon Thomas

    There seems to be some code missing from that sequence.  I tried to follow it 3 times and it bombs out at the "0700" input point.

     

    I understand that it is supposed to be a command line script for gdisk, but please fill in the blanks so it can work properly.  I would like to try using a 32Gb USB disk as a test bed before installing Chromium on a couple of my computers.

     

    Thanks in advance for any information provided.  Will follow this thread.

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    Phil Reilly

    Just use gparted to drag the slider to its maximum. Click the apply check mark. The partion will be maximized.

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