I copied my music collection off my external hard drive to my main box. This apparently fille d up my hard drive. I found this hard to believe, so after investigation I find I am missing about 100 gb of space.
Running F8, default installation options. I have two sata drives, a 130GB drive (sata 0) for Windows and a 120GB drive (sata 1) for Linux/F8.
What I want to do is make this missing space available to my home directory. I assume I use GParted to do this. Trouble is, I am totally unfamiliar naming conventions etc. at his point I am not even sure I have F8 installed on the correct physical drive.
First, what tool do I use to get the information I need to resize things?
Second, are there any good (and simple) tutorials/info sheets on the way these things are organized?
**EDIT more info**
This is reported from GParted:
Partition Filesystem Mountpoint Label Size Used Unused Flags
/dev/sda1 ntfs WINDOWS 127.99GiB 100.27GiB 100.27GiB
/dev/sda2 ext3 /boot /boot 196.11MiB 25.57MiB 170.54MiB boot
/dev/sda3 unknown 20.87GiB --- --- lvm
/dev/sdb1 unknown 114.49GiB --- --- boot,lvm
Finally, I do have all my data backed up.....so even if I screw things up and have to re-install it will only be a minor inconvienience.