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i would like expand my filesystem, i try to follow this tutorial to expand filesystem, but don't work.

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i had fix it. to expand a file system of my sd card of 16 GB i had install gparted and move partition on all size of my SD! Thanks for the help!

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Here is the solution: Installing Kali Pi using all available storage space?

If you try download the raspi-config, please use the newest version raspi-config_20160322_all.deb

@Edit: I found working script for Kali:

wget -O /boot/raspi-expand-rootfs.sh http://dl.linhost.info/file1/raspi-expand-rootfs.sh
chmod +x /boot/raspi-expand-rootfs.sh
sh /boot/raspi-expand-rootfs.sh

Source: https://linhost.info/2015/05/expand-the-root-partition-in-kali-linux-for-the-raspberry-pi/

  • i have installed it but don't work expand file system – skatedan Apr 27 '16 at 17:23
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    So you need to follow this guide: elinux.org/RPi_Resize_Flash_Partitions – Huczu Apr 27 '16 at 17:24
  • i had modified a question, because i can't to do :( – skatedan Apr 27 '16 at 17:51
  • If you are doing it on Raspberry Pi follow this section: elinux.org/… otherwise use another sections. – Huczu Apr 27 '16 at 18:02
  • ok, when i run 'W' to write the new partition table, return me error: Re-reading the partition table failed.:Device or resource Busy – skatedan Apr 27 '16 at 18:19
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A quicker solution:

  • Run apt-get install gparted

  • GUI pops up

  • Select ext4 + right click + "resize/move"
  • Get all available space + "resize"
  • "Apply All Operations"
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You can do this on GParted with another computer. Open GParted, go to your SD card, unmount it, right click, and press resize/something.

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