On Sat, April 14, 2018 10:12 pm, chipper...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hello,
> I am fairly new to QUBES, as I have only just installed QUBES 4.0 and have
> been learning the OS. I initally installed QUBES 3.x (last RC), and
> immediately installed QUBES 4.0. I have had several problems.
> My motherboard is a supermicro X8DAL-3, (2) XEON L5638 with 48 Gb of RAM.
> 250GB SSD hard drive.
> I have attempted to run the command:  qvm-volume extend personal:root
> 30000000000 in the template VM Fedora-26.
> The error I receive is "Command not found"
> I've had similar errors when trying to install packages to the template
> VMs.
> Request some guidance in achieving success in re sizing disk space in the
> personal VM -
> Thank you in advance for any help / guidance.

Right command, but maybe running it in the wrong place. See
https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/resize-disk-image/. You want to do those
qvm-volume commands from dom0 terminal with the VM/template shut down
instead of inside a template. You can also go to VM Settings on the VM you
want to resize and increase it using the GUI.

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