On Tuesday 20 November 2007 4:10:20 am David McGlone wrote:
> On Tuesday 20 November 2007 1:47:40 am Alexander Smirnov wrote:
> > David McGlone wrote:
> > > This isn't guaranteed, but here's how I'd go about it. I would take the
> > > [free] partition and combine it with the [ntsf] partition by basically
> > > resizing the ntsf partition to take up the free space, then I would
> > > finally resize the ntsf partion leaving the free space at the end.
> > >
> > > 1. [swap] [free] [ntsf]
> > > 2. [swap] [ ntsf ]
> > > 3 [swap] [ntsf] [free]
> > I would be totally satisfied with second step you've mentioned above :-)
> > But resize operation in gparted can resize only to the right, not to the
> > left
> > As far as i understand resize-to-left requires _moving_ all the data to
> > the left too.
> > By the way, just after i installed gparted it was unable even resize
> > ntfs partitions. This changed then i installed ntfsprogs package.
> I'm pretty sure you could make the free space ntsf then merge them.
don't mind my typo's :-) ntfs it is.
> David M.
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