Quote:...change /dev/sdbX to /dev/sdaX (4 times in the file, 2 are only comments though), Just change the b to an a, leave the number the same.Code:
sudo nano /etc/fstab
I know jack about Linux, so I may be wrong, but I think if you're going to be re-sizing your internal drive to use the whole thing:
you have to reboot
THEN remove the ext3 partition on the internal drive
THEN edit fstab and
THEN copy the partition from sdb (the USB stick) to sda (the internal drive)
Otherwise when you reboot, you end up booting from the internal drive and you can't delete the partition...
Unless I'm wrong. And I've been wrong before.