A Tutorial on How to Resize/Extend a Linux Partition, Volume, or Disk using Ubuntu. This applies to newer versions of Ubuntu where you don’t have a linux swap partition and can extend or resize your storage by simply using the disks utility. We’ll go through the process using Virtual Box.
Ubuntu has really made this easy since version 17 since they went ahead and moved their swap space from a partition to a file that exists on the storage disk. Some Linux distributions still have this problem since they do have a swap space as a partition so this method won’t work with everything.
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