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I have a HDD, which has 3 NTFS logical partitions. I use this HDD only for storage, because I have a SSD for the boot drive.

Now, among with the 3 logical partitions, I have some free, unallocated space on the HDD:

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I will extend the free space to aprox ~10GB. The question: will I be able to install Ubuntu on the free space, without affecting the NTFS partitions?

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Yes you can. Just choose that partition when installing Ubuntu.

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