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  • /dev/sda2 - EXT4 - 136GB of free space
  • /dev/sda3 Extended
    • /dev/sda5 - ext4 - my ubuntu partition
    • /dev/sda6 linux swamp

I need to put those 136GB from /dev/sda2 into /dev/sda5, but apparently, because they are separate by the extended partition I cannot allocate the freespace.

Do you guys know hwo can i do it without formating?

Thanks a lot

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Shrink sda2 and then expand the extended partition (sda3), and then expand sda5.

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