I have primary partition with Windows XP on it. Also I have extended partition divided into 3 logical partitions: - Drive D: for Windows - Ext4 Linux System - Swap
Now, Linux is my main system, and I'd like to have Ext4 partition the largest, so I want to make windows partitions smaller, and ext4 larger.
Here is my structure:
Model: ATA ST3320613AS (scsi) Disk /dev/sda: 320073MB Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B Partition Table: msdos Number Start End Size Type File system Flags 1 0.03MB 104856MB 104856MB primary ntfs boot 2 104856MB 320073MB 215217MB extended lba 5 104856MB 209712MB 104856MB logical ntfs 6 209712MB 318014MB 108302MB logical ext4 7 318014MB 320073MB 2058MB logical linux-swap(v1)
If I free some space (for example 50Gb) from sda1 (primary ntfs), I will have 50Gb free, but
gparted doesn't allow to resize sda2 partition. So I can't give this 50Gb to other partition.
I ask for a piece of advice - how to part my HD. I need to take 50Gb from both of windows partitions, and these 100Gb give to ext4 partition.