I have a new 250 GB HDD, and the following partitions on it.
/dev/sda1 used to be my Ubuntu 12.04.5 Installation. The partition has been cleared (No data was created on Ubuntu), and it is now 112.97 GiB unallocated space.
/dev/sda3 is my Manjaro installation, also 112.97 GiB.
/dev/sda2 is an extended partition, and in it is /dev/sda5.
After deleting /dev/sda1, I would like to expand the Manajro installation to claim the rest of the space. In KDE Part. manager, I’m unable to change the size of the partition, and in GParted, the resize button in the dialogue box is unclickable.
I’ve noticed in KDE Part. Manager, that if I leave the size and resize it, a pending operation is shown:
“Move partition ‘/dev/sda3’ to the left by 1.00 KiB and shrink it from 112.97 GiB to 112.97 GiB”
After this is done (not applied), I am able to resize the partition, and a new unallocated space of 2 MiB is shown.
What do I do?
(sorry for the long post)