I have the following situation on my main SSD:
- Boot EFI
- Windows 10 main (C:)
- Linux SWAP
- Ubuntu 15.10 main
- FAT 32 automounted common partition
Now, I would like to add Kali Linux and triple-boot my PC. Partitions are in the order listed above and the disk is completely partitioned with no unallocated space.
I want to shrink Win and Ubuntu main partitions to retrieve two blocks of unallocated space and move these blocks in the end of the disk merging them to an unique bigger space to put Kali on.
Is it possible? Are there any risks to mess up the boot? How should I do to shrink partitions and move unallocated blocks in the end?
I used to manage partitions with GParted but it seems not to recognize my disk while the utilities included both in Windows and in Ubuntu can. Could booting GParted from USB resolve this issue?
Thanx in advance for your help