Topic: [SOLVED] How to move/add non-adjacent unallocated space to a partition
I have a dual boot system, Windows 10 and Fedora 37. My Fedora 37 Partition is running out of space.
Here is a link to a picture of the Gparted partition table: https://imgur.com/gallery/LFKUoxi
As you can see (from left to right):
/dev/sda1 is an EFI system partition, FAT32, for Microsoft ?
/dev/sda2 is a Microsoft reserved partition
/dev/sda3 is the Microsoft partition, ntfs
the unallocated partition, 45 GB
/dev/sda5 is another efi system partition, for Fedora, fat 16 /boot/efi
/dev/sda6 is the Fedora 37 partition, ext4, about 112 GB, about 13 GB free
/dev/sda4 is a basic data partition, nfts, label says recovery
My goal add the unallocated partition space to /dev/sda6. Some of the unallocated space was at the end of the Windows partition. I then shrunk the Windows partition to get more space and added it to the existing unallocated space to create a single unallocated space of 45 GB.
How do I move and merge this unallocated space to the Fedora 37 partition?