The partition table is looking this way:
I want to resize (make bigger) my LINUX-EXTENDED partition (actually the
/ partition inside it), to take the FREE-SPACE.
I noticed with GParted it is not possible just to resize this way. Is it so, that ext4 doesn't allow it?
I thought about this solution: extend LINUX-BOOT to the left, and shrink it from the right to the original size. Than the same for the LINUX-BOOT partition, and finally just extend the LINUX-EXTEND partition.
Question: After such a resize, will the data on all partitions remain uncorrupt (will such a resize move also the files to the beginning)?
Are there any other options?