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Used Remastersys and made a custom iso of my Ubuntu - but now left with a 1.5GB solid

Ubuntu @ April 17, 2012   Views:0

Update: I tried to recreate my swap - after recreating it and editing fstab - and rebooting I ran:

Code:

swapon -s

and found this:
which explains the solid state drive in the disk utility, now how do I get rid of it and get my old Swap back, because currently, this is what my old swap looks like:

Used Remastersys and made a custom iso of my Ubuntu - but now left with a 1.5GB solid

all the unallocated data - and still cant get rid of the other Solid state swap

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So what exactly is going on here... I hit the

Code:

`clear

` dialogue on my Remastersys and it cleared out everything, but now I'm stuck with this:

Used Remastersys and made a custom iso of my Ubuntu - but now left with a 1.5GB solid

But my Gparted Shows nothing out of the ordinary...

The 15GB is reserved for a Debian install I plan to dual-boot with - so that's not part of the issue.

Used Remastersys and made a custom iso of my Ubuntu - but now left with a 1.5GB solid


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you are looking at /dev/sda in GParted, select a different device with the drop down at the top right

These are the only 2 to choose from - my main drive and my external drive:

External: Used Remastersys and made a custom iso of my Ubuntu - but now left with a 1.5GB solid

Internal: Used Remastersys and made a custom iso of my Ubuntu - but now left with a 1.5GB solid
Okay I recreated my Swap but when I rebooted after editing fstab

I found this:

Code:

[email protected]:~$ swapon -s
Filename                Type        Size    Used    Priority
/dev/zram0                              partition   1418760 0   100

Which explains that solid state that Remastersys created..

Now how do I restore my default Swap? and get rid of this one?

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