Once Ubuntu has booted, press
CTRL+ALT+F1 to get to a terminal. You can also use the terminal GUI app, but I prefer the console because it is quicker to get into.
Create the Swap Partition
It’s critical that you make sure that you have the correct drive here. If you have been following this from the start you should have the new, smaller swap drive available as
/dev/sdb. You can confirm this by using the
sudo fdisk /dev/sdb
Create a new partition:
n > p > take the defaults
Set the partition type:
t > 82
Now verify that the partition table is correct by entering
p. Confirm that it shows one partition with the appropriate size, and that the partition type is
Linux swap / Solaris.
Write and quit fdisk:
Finally create the swap space:
sudo mkswap /dev/sdb1
Mount the Original Disk
Now we need to mount the converted disk image so we can adjust a few references.
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