I have 750gb drive and i have 3 partitions on it (i am not counting swap.) One is for Ubuntu. Second is for Arch, and third is in NTFS format (i have that partition since i was on windows and nope i didn't format it yet).
I want to format this 600 gb NTFS partition, and 50 gb EXT (where is arch) into one EXT4 partition and set it as home in Ubuntu. Problem is that i already have /home specified on partition where UBUNTU is installed. Is it possible to do that, and if what would happen with my current /home partition (would i lose that data, or what).
To be clear I want from ubuntu to store data from now on this second partition. I was thinking to copy all that data from NTFS partition to current home , and then format it and flag it as home, then from old home partition copy that data back in new partition. Is that possible?