Called mobile-win32-experiment03. This one will be a bit trickier: a 9gb c: doesn't look to be sufficient anymore. Could you give me a ref image clone, but with a 15gb c: drive? Alternately, if you can tell me how to make Microsoft stop installing tons of data into C: when I explicitly tell it to install to D:, that would work too. Last time I looked into this you had to wave a magic wand to increase the disk size (or copy contents into a larger drive) then use partition magic to let Windows know about it... I'm hoping this has either improved or isn't a total pain. There is a high probability we'll end up having to increase the size of the ref image's C: drive in the near future as well.
http://www.vmware-land.com/Resizing_Virtual_Disks.html I think the trick with the vmkfstools bit is getting Windows to grow the partition to use 100% of the new disk. I've also played with trying to p2v or otherwise import a VM into a larger VM. We're investigating whether we can avoid the C: expansion in the meantime.
You could make a make two clones and use one clone to mount the others c:\ and then resize. The only OS limitation is around expanding the drive you've booted off of (I've done this in the past btw).
If you're closer to being finished than not, I'll take a look at the VM. But otherwise, we've found a workaround for the moment. (Enlarging our ref image c: may crop up again in the future, however.) Resolving.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Product: mozilla.org → mozilla.org Graveyard
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