I have dual boot OS on my system i.e., Windows XP Prof. and FC6.
I have installed VMware Server on linux.
I have 48GB space in Windows XP 24GB each for C and D Drive (FAT32 format), and nearly 25 GB on Linux.
5GB of free space left on linux and i want to install Windows XP Prof. inside linux using VMware Server and later to remove Windows as dual boot.
Due to less space.. i am not able to do it.
I want my windows D Drive partition into the linux such that my linux space raise to nearly 49GB and windows be 24GB.
So that i can increase virtual memory for VMware to be 20GB from currently 5GB.
1) How to bring that partition into the linux without loosing linux data? [Need solution and all commands (guide) as i am new to linux.]
Nothing is there in D Drive of windows.. so no issues of loosing data there.
2) If '1)' is over... then i want windows to be deleted and to bring remaining 24GB of windows space to be inside linux, and make as a single boot OS. So that to use windows ..from linux using VMware i can use it.
Please Help me out.
Thanx in advance.