I have a dual boot laptop with 12.04 LTS and Win7.
Would like to reduce the ext4 space and increase the ntfs space.
With my past dual boot set up's I ended up fairly low for disk space on the Ubuntu side.
So this time I gave more space to the Linux side than before.
In hindsight I was too generous and would like to reduce the ext4 side by around 150Gb and increase ntfs by same amount.
So my question is, how can I do this using the live cd and the existing disk config below without reinstalling either OS?
Don't mind if the recovered space appears as seperate disk in Windows.
Present config: (sorry about the formatting)
/dev/sda1 fat16 size 39.19 MiB used 213.00 KiB free 39.98 MiB Dell diag
/dev/sda2 ntfs size 19.81 GiB used 12.72 GiB free 7.09 GiB boot
/dev/sda3 ntfs size 510.29 GiB used 331.28 GiB free 179.02 Gib win7
/dev/sda4 extended size 401.37 gib used - free -
/dev/sda5 linux-swap size 953.00 mib used - free -
/dev/sda6 ext4 size 400.44 gib used 28.07 GiB free 372.36 GiB root