I have a new toy (Harmon Kardon DMC 1000 music server) that is basically a single purpose PC in an audio component case. It has a 250gb hard drive for storing music, which I would like to replace/upsize. I took the drive out and was able to dd image it in linux to a new 650gb drive–and the resulting drive worked in the music server–but still only saw it as 250Gb.
It turns out the drive uses the qnx4 filesystem, used by the emedded QNX linux system.
As far as I can tell, none of the popular partition managing software programs out there allow you to do much/anything with qnx4 filesystems. I though maybe I could use one of these to resize the paritions and use the additional space…
So my question is: Is there an QNX expert out there who can tell me: 1) Would it likely be a small matter of resizing the partitions to use the extra space; and 2) if so, is there any utility out there that could do that?