Resize lvm and move /boot?
Laptop: Dell Inspiron 5100
Distro: Fedora Core 5
HD Size: 40 GB
Problem: Need to move boot partition to beginning of drive and resize lvm partition
Well, I finally did it. I used gparted and deleted my windows xp partition off my dual boot laptop. Well now I have a little problem. I thought I would be able to just move and resize my partitions with gparted (or qtparted, tried them both) but that is not the case. I believe it has something to do with being a lvm partition (although then why can't I move my boot partition). Currently it is setup having 20GB of unallocated space at the beginning of the drive, then the boot partition, then the linux partition. So my question is this.
How do move the boot partition then resize the lvm partition so that I regain the unallocated 20GB? Am I not thinking correctly here or am I missing something.
I have a screenshot of gparted and the partition table from fdisk. I couldn't find how to put it in this post so if it is needed let me know.