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expand the disk space?
Had just installed openplotter 1.0 and upgraded it to latest version when I downloaded .kap maps for Baltics noticing that my 128gb SD card was giving full disk error even there wasnt even 8 gigabytes of content in it.

running df -h I noticed that sd card was limited to 8gb instead of 128. tried another 32gb sd card with installation facing the same issue.  

How can I expand the available space?
You can enlarge the partition with the partition manager called Gparted.

Install gparted:

sudo apt install gparted

then open gparted:

sudo gparted

enlarge to partition and click on icon for OK

That all you have to do.

Thank you very much for rapid response. Hopefully thread helps out other beginners as well.

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