As stated in another post I’m new to Linux so struggling a bit with a few things as I was brainwashed by Bill Gates.
I have a wireless dongle on the way and have downloaded the drivers, but for the life of me can’t figure how to install them.
If you want to have a look, the instruction page (and download file) is here.
I know the instructions are for windows and if you look in the windows folder there is an exe file in there - straight forward.
But in the linux folder I can’t find anything to click on to install.
On another matter,
I installed Ubuntu on my laptop via wubi and as it was originally for trial purposes only didn’t alter anything just went ahead and installed.
Having decided to run it almost exclusively I want to increase the partition size.
The way my hard drive seem to be set up is -:
1 drive partitioned into :C (60gig) and :D(20gig) this is how it came from Dell
Windows is on C and so is everything to do with the system as it was before the installing Linux.
Ubunto is installed on D and seems to have created it’s own partition of 5gig but with updates and other installs (games, downloads etc) there is only about 300MB left.
I want to extend the partition size to take up about 11gig of the available space.
Is this possible or should I just start with a new HDD (which I will be doing eventually anyway)?
Any more info required just ask, I feel like such a no0b :
Ooh edit -:
Is there a way for Ubuntu to be the primary boot instead of the selected alternative?