I currently have a Fedora 10 VM on VMWare. I'm out of space on the Fedora 10 hard drive and need to allocate more; so far I've been following these instructions. A quick summary is:
- shut down running VM, go to options and increase disk capacity. For myself, I simply set it in Settings -> Hard Disks, rather than going to command line.
- download Gparted, set VM's CD/DVD drive to load Gparted's iso file, and then set the VM to boot from CD
- Resize the partition using Gparted
I'm stuck on the 2nd step: when I attempt to press F2 on startup, I cannot get to the VMware BIOS menu. When I press F2, I only see various versions of Fedora. Can anyone help me help on this? Is there another completely different way to increase the size of the partition?
Edit: Looks like I had to press 'esc' rather than f2 to get to bios setting. Also, since my partition is LVM type, GParted couldn't resize because it doesn't support that type. Luckily, LVM has built-in resizing functions.