Have you tried disk management in Windows, It can allow to resize partitions. It is present in Contol Panel -> administrative tools -> disk management.
Right Click on your sd card partition and check if the option extend volume is in bold.
If that does not work out, JPMontero's response should help you.
I have reformatted the SD card and re-installed the LINUX_IMAGE_FOR_SD_Intel_Galileo_v1.0.2 image.
However I can no longer boot from the SD card...
When I power on the Galileo without the SD card, I can run sketches.
When I power on the Galileo with the SD card, the Galileo seems to hang and I can not run any sketches.
I do not have a serial cable, do you have any ideas?
Which firmware version does your board currently have? Also how is your SD partitioned now? You can also try with another SD card. Check this message it might be helpful to you https://communities.intel.com/message/244823#244823
OK - I'm back in action.
Here's what I had to do:
- Delete and re-download the Arduino IDE.
- Update the board firmware to 1.0.2.
- Install Linux image 1.0.2.
There seems to have been some changes made to the Arduino IDE, however both versions are called: "arduino-1.5.3".
When I updated the IDE, this allowed me to update the board firmware to 1.0.2.
The Linux image I'm using is also 1.0.2.
The board firmware and Linux images must match, or you will see the issues described above.
Galileo is now booting from SD card and sketches are working...
I have reformatted the SD card in Fat32, however I am still seeing an issue.
The rootfs seems to be only 300MB, this seems to be where all of the items downloaded from the opkg management system are going.
So when downloading the dev tools, this fills up and I am left with no workaround.
When I do a "df -h" in Linux, here's what I see:
However when I view the SD card in GParted, I only see 1 partition:
This is because the image-full-galileo.ext3 on your SD card is 302MB. This is the root partition.
Now there are two options that can be done.
1. Try changing IMAGE_ROOTFS_SIZE in the image-full-galileo.bb file before you bitbake.
2. Mount your SD-card, Next mount the ext3 rootfs on the loop device.
Create a new ext3 with the specified size on your harddisk and copy all the files.
Now copy this new ext3 to the SD-card replacing the old rootfs.
Let me know if you need more detailed instructions,.