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Mac Specs: Macbook: 2.1 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 1 GB RAM, OS X 10.5.2

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I have Leopard and Ubuntu installed side by side on my MacBook. I am running out of space on Leopard and wanted to free up some space.

So I loaded the Live version of Ubuntu and made the native Ubuntu partition smaller.

I then restarted and loaded the Disk Utility from the Leopard installation CD and tried to make my Leopard partition larger, however after I click 'Apply', a message comes up saying: Mediakit reports no such partition.

Anyone know what the issue could be? Why can I not add the free space to the Leopard partition?

Thank you!

Ubuntu User & Mac Newbie
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