I recently had a problem and had to reinstall my Ubuntu Gnome (which is working fine now).
I booted from the live cd and used the option Erase and reinstall.
The thing is: I had manually created a swap partition on my HDD during my first installation and I think the Erase and reinstall process created a new one on my SSD (I have root on SSD and \home on HDD).
I checked with GParted and my swap partition on HDD has the Swap on button available (I guess this means it is not being used) and the one on SSD has the button swap off available (I guess this means it is the one that it is being used).
As I've read that it is dangerous to have swap partition on SSD I want to erase it and use the one that I have on HDD.
Does the following procedure work and can be considered safe:
1) Boot into live cd
2) Launch Gparted
3) Swap off the swap partition on SSD
4) Erase the swap partition on SSD
5) swap on the swap partition on HDD
Do I somehow need to tell Ubuntu to use the one on HDD after this process?
Do I need to edit the /etc/fstab file after this?
Could you perhaps guide me through this process?