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OCS-RESIZE-PART Resize Doesn't Work on FAT32 #41

MaDaTyGo opened this Issue Oct 19, 2018 · 2 comments


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MaDaTyGo commented Oct 19, 2018

When using ocs-resize-part found in the Ubuntu 18.04-based version of Clonezilla, it will not actually resize a FAT32 filesystem restored to a larger partition than it was captured from - it only prints out the fatresize information.

The ocs-resize-part script uses a single call to fatresize with both -i (information) and -s (resize) flags on the command line. When I execute the exact fatresize line from the script only information is printed (no resize is attempted). When I execute the same command line sans the -i flag, the resize occurs properly.

I would suggest either: (1) removing the -i flag from the current fatresize command in the ocs-resize-part script, or (2) removing the -s flag from the current line and adding a new fatresize execution below it with the -s. The first suggestion will simply execute the resize without any fuss. The second will still print out information before resizing.


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stevenshiau commented Oct 21, 2018

Thanks. The option "-i" was removed from fatresize command.
BTW, we have moved git repository to gitlab. The repository on github will not be updated anymore. As described here:



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MaDaTyGo commented Oct 22, 2018

Oh, wow, thank you for the update! I missed that it was moved.

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