I have a hard disk, which was partitioned before (probably in Windows) like this:
- Partition 0 – primary, 20Gb
- Partition 1 – extended, 200Gb
I have unallocated space after Partition #1, so I wanted to increase the size of the Partition #0. At first I wanted to move the Partition #1 to the right, so I started Ubuntu from CD and called GParted. All the logical partitions inside the extended partition aren't mounted. I've assigned the Partition #0 as swap (temporarily) because it looks like the Ubuntu needs the swap even when started from CD.
The GParted can resize the extended partition (Partition #1) but it can't move it. The left arrow in the slider is not movable.
What might be a problem?
Also, the Partition #1 has a single flag on – it's "lba" flag. What's it for? Maybe it's the reason the GParted can't move it?