My laptop has 1TB of space. I have windows in it and then installed Ubuntu 16
both windows and Ubuntu with its partitions(two partitions: /(59GB) and /home(7GB)) are on disk 0 with 119GB space. The other disk (disk1) has 930 GB and is pretty much empty.
I want more space for my Ubuntu. I made a partition in disk1 of size 480GB of "unallocated space"
Now how do I move whole Ubuntu there? or at least /home partition?
I saw many tutorial but the majority have the unallocated space in the same disk while I want to move Ubuntu to another disk THEN expand it without losing any data
I also found a tutorial here, but many comments said it was "outdated" and I am not exactly an expert to be able to know what to do especially that any mistake could mean permanent data loss.
Here are screenshots of Gparted from my installed Ubuntu 16.04
Which partitions should I move and how?
I used @Byte Commander 's advice and copied my home partition to disk1. enter image description here
Now the next steo was to edit /etc/fstab file but I dont know how to do so
I didnt know how to do it from the liveUSB so I just rebooted and did it from ubuntu.. what happened is literally this
The line I added: enter image description here
I added it first in liveusb but nothing happened so I did it in ubuntu I used the best answer there and erased the line I added
now what should I do? and how to edit /etc/fstab file? what to edit/add and in livrusb or from ubuntu?