So I set up Ubuntu 11.04 from the "alternate" CD and chose "Guided - use entire disk and set up encrypted LVM" during installation, but when the time came to choose a size for my encrypted partition, I chose 560 GB on my 640 GB hard drive, with the intention of creating another partition on the disk later.
Now that I have my computer all set up, I want to create this new partition. I want it to take up the entire remainder of the disk, and I don't really care whether it is covered under the LUKS encryption or not. I guess if it was equally easy, I would prefer it to be, but it does not actually matter.
My usual way of creating partitions (never had a LUKS volume before) is with GParted, but I can't seem to get anything to happen in there (shows only one partition, appears to be my entire drive...I read somewhere that GParted and LUKS do not play nice).
How can I create this new partiton? I want it to be FAT32 by the way, and have its own device label (ie /dev/sda4 or something). Thank you!
EDIT: I actually need the new FAT32 partition to be completely outside of LVM/LUKS, like a normal partition on the drive. Is this possible? Thanks!