First, this is question is not same as this or this. It is similar but its somewhat different in a way. Particularly, I want to change the path of where my disk copy is generated. The problem is: I know I have another drive where I have a lot of space and I want a new (resized) copy of my Ubuntu to be generated at that path and then remove the older copy after verifying that my new copy boots correctly. Currently my Ubuntu is of 30 gigs and is at drive H:\, I want to increase it to 40 gigs (actually 50 gigs would be great but my H:\ partition is of 50 gigs and would be requiring to have some free space for swap). I want to store the intermediate copy in drive E:. I want to do this because my H:\ drive is 50 gigs (26 gigs filled) and so I can't create a copy in the same drive. Is it possible to do that by, say, modifying the script given here? Or is there any other way to do that?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!