resize root partition to max available space SD card can provide
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(11-16-2016, 01:12 PM)Armbian User Wrote:
(11-16-2016, 01:13 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: hi, the resize_rootfs.sh should have a path specified also

Strange, almost all the time you answer user questions polite, friendly and wrong. Why do you do this especially as moderator users might trust blindly?

I am not responsible for your ad hominems.

... having said that, I am normally polite and friendly because those are my values and in keeping with my principles.  Despite your lack of respect ,   I never answer 'wrongly' nor do I give incorrect advice. If you were a clearer thinker you would realize that while you might not agree with my technical opinion ( nor are you necessarily aware of the technical nuance used ) we might both be 'right'  or 'wrong'  depending entirely upon our perspective.  

I am an expert ( highly trained, and highly educated ) and I know what I'm talking about. If you are interested I will explain my perspective on this one point of minutia:  We are not talking about what may or may not work--- we are talking about form.  In a script it is ALWAYS proper form to specify the full path to all executables.  Failing to follow this simple scripting rubric leads to many problematic nuances too numerous for the scope of this post. 

I stand by my advice to specify full paths to all expected executables, and--- be aware that the resizing script under some circumstances not fully understood the script does not always work. Further, if your script does not function the SD card can be resized with gparted from another machine ;  preferrably a gnu+linux machine (Mint linux for instance) or a mac .
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RE: resize root partition to max available space SD card can provide - by MarkHaysHarris777 - 11-16-2016, 09:14 PM

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