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  1. raulb, glad to hear that it worked. I've started a new thread on this.
  2. I've started with a 15 GB partition (on a 400GB disk). In Vista I've created a second partition but did not format it. From Leopard I've erased the newly created partition and then used: diskutil list that listed back 2 partitions with the identifiers: disk1s1 and disk1s2 (in other cases might be disk0...) Now, sudo diskutil mergePartitions "Journaled HFS+" New disk1s1 disk1s2 did the trick (New is the name, it will actually be ignored). The first partition will be kept intact and the second one will be "merged" therefore you will loose all contents (I made sure it was empty before running the merge just in case).
  3. Ok, I've started with a 15 GB partition (on a 400GB disk). In Vista I've created a second partition but did not format it. From Leopard I've erased the newly created partition and then used: diskutil list that listed back 2 partitions with the identifiers: disk1s1 and disk1s2 (in other cases might be disk0...) Now, sudo diskutil mergePartitions "Journaled HFS+" New disk1s1 disk1s2 did the trick (New is the name, it will actually be ignored). The first partition will be kept intact and the second one will be "merged" therefore you will loose all contents (I made sure it was empty before running the merge just in case).
  4. My first partition was 15 GB, I've created a second one 45 GB from Vista and then went into Leopard, erase the second partition and then: sudo diskutil mergePartitions "Journaled HFS+" New disk1s1 disk1s2 Merged successfully, 60 GB!
  5. My first partition was 15 GB, I've created a second one 45 GB from Vista and then went into Leopard, erase the second partition and then: sudo diskutil mergePartitions "Journaled HFS+" New disk1s1 disk1s2 Merged successfully, 60 GB!
  6. Using dd to copy the image creates a partition of 15 GB for Leopard. How can I increase the size? Thanks
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