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First I wanted to give Ubuntu LTS 12.04 a shot with starting with a 10 GB and left around 10 GB unused separated in all my windows disk drivers, after installing and using I realized how great things I was missing and I actually start really moving my work on it, in 2 days I am now Drawing and designing Using DraftSight (it was not easy to install it) and making presentations LiberOffice, so main problem now Law space (164 MB left) I deleted everything I don’t need but I need the Designing applications so ;

As I know, first I must bring my Live installer CD which is in my case a bootable USB and I have to Shrink the space I need in windows environment and make it an other new partition, by booting from USB and going to the live version,

1 - Starting G-Partition or the actual Ubuntu installation ?

2 - How can I merge the New Partition with the old ROOT ?

3 - Is there is any useful way, better then my way ?

3 - What else I must do ?

Abdulkader Baradi

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Please edit your question with the output of (type in terminal): sudo fdisk -l –  jeroen Jan 24 '13 at 20:45
    
1) It might be more helpful if you can give a list of your partitions, e.g. as seen in GParted or output of command fdisk -l in terminal - no need for "sudo". 2) It's much safer if you reduce the size of your Windows 7 partition only using Windows 7 Disk Management Tool to create some free space to add to Ubuntu partition using live USB. –  Sadi Jan 24 '13 at 20:47
    
@Sadi, did you actually try fdisk -l without sudo? On a recent Ubuntu it shows nothing. –  guntbert Jan 24 '13 at 21:08
    
Yes, I did try and (because it's just a read-only action I guess) I get the same output under Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit, although no harm in entering sudo before it as long as the user is careful. –  Sadi Jan 24 '13 at 21:14
    
Excuse me but can you guys tell me how to write a Code or this Gray part in the text to write what I have in terminal –  Abdulkader Jan 24 '13 at 22:06

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Thanks @jeroen and @Sadi i went back to windows made a new partition and connected with Ubuntu, but the issue that this new partition in windows ate the Linux Boot partition so i did it all over again but now i am free in space

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