I am running dualboot (Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04) and I would like to make more space for my Ubuntu partition. I am doing it from a live cd through gparted.
I was about to resize my windows partition to get unallocated space and resized my ubuntu to fill it. But then i got this:
"Moving a partition might cause your operating system to fail to boot.
You have queued an operation to move the start sector of partition /dev/sda3. Failure to boot is most likely to occur if you move the GNU/Linux partition containing /boot, or if you move the Windows system partition C:. You can learn how to repair the boot configuration in the GParted FAQ. http://gparted.org/faq.php
Moving a partition might take a very long time to apply."
I got scared and didn't dare to do it, but I still want more space on my ubuntu partition. What should I do ?
Thank you so much in advance