Create a new partition in unused LVM space
I just installed Fedora 12 in a laptop with a big hard drive and used LVM for it. The thing is that I used just a fraction of the LVM total size to create the "/" partition and decided to leave the task of creating the other partition (the data partition) with the rest of the LVM space after F12 got installed. Unfortunately I found that Gparted is apparently unable to perform that task of creating a new partition in unallocated LVM space.
Is there any way I can create a new partititon in that unused LVM space?
Notebook: Samsung NP355 V4C
AMD A6 VISION 4400M APU @ 2.7GHz, 4GB DDR3,
1TB Toshiba HDD, TSSTcorp DVD-RW.
Windows 7 Professional, Fedora 22 x86_64