[strange subject line to bind temporally but not logically
related questions ;]
I've been experimenting with Linux install - varying options
of various distributions.
I shrank the Windows partition with Gparted Live without
Did an unknown number of installs letting installer "du
jour" use free space as it chose.
Between installs - "deleted" current Linux partition and
went on with next experimental install.
At one point an install created 2 partitions in the
contiguous free space. Prior to the next experimental
install I 'deleted' both partitions.
Using Gparted, I could not find a way to create ONE
partition using all the space of the TWO now 'deleted'
Were my expectations flawed?
Should Gparted have be capable of that?
A general partitioning question - where would I find
comparative definitions of
[Primary, Extended, and Logical] partitions?
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