Hey, so I was ripping music/videos from of a certain "fruit-based" music player to my rythmbox library. After ripping about 1.5 gb, it just froze. after restarting and getting the GDM memory error, I got in and pulled up Gparted. My ubuntu partition for some reason only had about 3 gbs of memory, with windows using only 30 of the 90gb its partitioned. But i cant resize the ntfs because it appears locked in Gparted.
I am wondering the steps needed to take to unlock the ntfs filesystem so i can resize its partition to give ubuntu a little more breathing room. Hopefully the forums can come to my rescue once again lol