I'm trying to reisize my root filesystem in gparted, but when I try to drag the partition it won't do anything. if I change the number in the size field, it jumps back to where it was before. I need to resize it in order to make space for dual-booting Windows 10. This is my internal hard drive,
/dev/sda1, mounted at
/dev/sda2, mounted at
/dev/sda3, a linux swap, and
Grey is free space, there's only 1.02 MiB, obviously not enough for Windows 10, or really anything.
/dev/sda2 and click Partition > Resize/Move. I can't drag the partition or change the size number. This is what it looks like.
I sincerely hope that someone will help. thanks
I found what might be a clue. There is a little icon of a key beside the name in the partition list. does that mean the partition is "locked" at its size? If so, how can I "unlock" it?