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    Default Re: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    Quote Originally Posted by AnthraxThrash View Post
    New issue with Partitioner:

    I have started building partition setup discussed in the previous posts. When I got to Extended partition, the problem began:

    when I click on extended partition in order to create child sub-partitions - there is no option to do that.
    Be sure you are selecting the extended space and remember they need to be logical
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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Be sure you are selecting the extended space and remember they need to be logical
    Check this
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10573557/wi...partitions.m4v
    Thanks, but this tutorial is showing GParted, while I'm speaking of this program:
    SUSE Paste

    Right click on selected line doesn't let me creating new partition.

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    Default Re: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    Am 06.04.2013 13:36, schrieb AnthraxThrash:
    > Right click on selected line doesn't let me creating new partition.
    >

    Of course it will not let you create a new one, you already used all
    available space on that extended partition for the existing partitions,
    no free space left.


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    Default AW: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    Click on "Hard Disks" on the left, select your harddisk, and you should be able to change your partitions.

    Btw, here you can find the manual:
    openSUSE 12.3: Chapter 3. Advanced Disk Setup

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    Default Re: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    Quote Originally Posted by martin_helm View Post
    Am 06.04.2013 13:36, schrieb AnthraxThrash:
    > Right click on selected line doesn't let me creating new partition.
    >

    Of course it will not let you create a new one, you already used all
    available space on that extended partition for the existing partitions,
    no free space left.


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    I'm not speaking of the screenshot I've posted.

    At the time of the installation there was plenty of space. And still, I didn't get this option.

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    Default Re: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    Quote Originally Posted by AnthraxThrash View Post
    New issue with Partitioner:

    I have started building partition setup discussed in the previous posts. When I got to Extended partition, the problem began:

    when I click on extended partition in order to create child sub-partitions - there is no option to do that.
    You already achieved the partition setup proposed at post #14,

    sda1 NTFS
    sda2 NTFS
    sda3 primary 20GB "/" ext4
    sad4 extended
    sda5 logical 4GB "/swap"
    sda6 logical 60GB "/home" ext4
    sda7 logical {remaining space} NTFS

    If you wish to craete more partitions you need to make room for them (perhaps by resizing sda7}.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvhenry View Post
    You already achieved the partition setup proposed at post #14,

    sda1 NTFS
    sda2 NTFS
    sda3 primary 20GB "/" ext4
    sad4 extended
    sda5 logical 4GB "/swap"
    sda6 logical 60GB "/home" ext4
    sda7 logical {remaining space} NTFS

    If you wish to craete more partitions you need to make room for them (perhaps by resizing sad7}.
    I know that I've achieved the setup discussed before. I have achieved it with Ubuntu livecd, because I couldn't with Partitioner, and the reason is that it didn't let me to create partition inside extended one.

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    Default Re: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    I know that I've achieved the setup discussed before. I have achieved it with Ubuntu livecd, because I couldn't with Partitioner, and the reason is that it didn't let me to create partition inside extended one.
    I see, I admit I always setup partitions with Gparted before installing, so am a bit rusty with the YaST partitioner.
    Will try to duplicate your problem in Virtualbox with the Yast partitioner when I get time, I'm surprised you had an issue.

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    Default Re: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    You have to expand the tree on the left hand side
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10573557/12..._install/6.png
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    Default Re: [12.3] swap partition not visible

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    You have to expand the tree on the left hand side
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/10573557/12..._install/6.png
    And select on the left hand side
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