Ok I have a tiny 80.gig hdd im using until my 500gig sata arrives alas my last drive died...anyhow lol.
I have windows installed as well as ubuntu 8.04 hardy heron with a dual boot.
Now the thing is I wanted to increase the size of the partition ubuntu is held on because i'm using it more than I was using windows.
When I went into partition magic inside windows, the partition with ubuntu doesn't show up, its as if its not there, its just more free space. And the same is true when I try to look at the partitions in ubuntu, no sign of a windows partition anywhere.
Unless i'm missing something and ubuntu uses a totally different method of partitioning that i'm not aware of i'm not really sure whats up.
I tried using "sudo fdisk -l" to view all the partitions and it only shows one ?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
(off topic, i LOVE ubuntu so far, its the only distro ive ever used that actually works and is now coming very close to making me scrap winblows alltogether )