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What you are trying to do is to shrink the running system partition of Ubuntu. That is like to ask a surgeon to give himself a double bypass... ;-) Boot the Ubuntu Live CD or the gparted live CD and then repartition!


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Follow these instructions to clear space: Not enough free disk space when upgrading I find the ubuntu-tweak method works well.


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Check the link, which will help you to resize the drive partition and to create an extended partition. From the resized partition you can create a primary or an extended partition. help.ubuntu.com/community/HowtoPartition/ResizingPartition


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You are doing this using fdisk command you can do major operation with disk-drive if you show step by step refer this link enter link description here


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-- Open file explorer -- Edit > Preperences > Icon View Defaults Set as you wish.



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