/dev/sda6 labeled as
/ (root) and
/dev/sda7 labeled as
/dev/sda5 as swap... so the command you'd use is:
sudo bash wubi-move.sh /dev/sda6 /dev/sda5 --home=/dev/sda7
Note, it appears that
/dev/sda7 aren't completely empty. This is required by the script before it will let you migrate (the script will warn you and exit if this is the case).
If you don't want to migrate with a separate
/home partition, then the command will be (the first positional parameter is the target partition and the second is the swap partition):
sudo bash wubi-move.sh /dev/sda6 /dev/sda5
Don't worry too much about it - because the script checks the partitions and won't let you migrate if you get the order wrong. You can also run it with the
--check-only argument and it will just perform the checks without making any changes. (Even without that it will prompt you to confirm before making changes.)
691 GiB that's unallocated can't be used unless you first increase the extended partition (
/dev/sda4) to include it. Once you've done that you can create logical partitions.