I just got a new laptop and it came pre-installed with a Windows Vista. But I am a Fedora user. Now, it would be easy for me to just remove Vista and use the entire disk space for Fedora. But the thing is, I thought that it would be nice to keep the Windows partition for non-Linux non-Windows-on-a-VM tasks whatever those tasks are.
Right now, the hard drive has 2 partitions:
C:\, which is the primary partition where the current apps installed is already occupying 17GB of hard disk space, and
D:\, the RECOVERY partition. What I want to do is to resize the hard disk space of the C drive to 30GB, keep the RECOVERY partition, then use the remaining hard disk space for Fedora 11 while having them dual-boot using GRUB.
How can I accomplish such setup without having the need to reinstall Vista?