I have to resize my ubuntu partition since its running out of space and i am getting warning messages while booting. I searched on internet and got to know that it can be gparted using live CD. I tried that but as the following screenshot shows :
there is no adjacent empty space for
/dev/sda9 which have ubuntu installed in it and i dont have any idea that what
/dev/sda8 exactly is.
So since it is not possible to resize directly can i first delete
/dev/sda8 and then merge it with
/dev/sda9 and then this can be merged with unallocated space left to
/dev/sda8 and then finally can take some space with
/dev/sda6 to make a bigger ubuntu partition.
Is there any other way to do it ? please guide me as i dont want to reinstall ubuntu again with larger space.