Ok now I have problem when I tried to change a filetype from ntfs drive to vfat on my linux ! I just need that temporary while i do not by other hdd and then will make this one just as other completely ext4 !
I get a error while I was tryin to resize and move a ntfs with /usr/bin/partitionmanager i mean kde partition manager I mean I use xfce desktop but I tried with kde partition manager that report error that cannot resize my ntfs partition which is quite big I needed some time for a job installation of windows now I kindly thrown all of that shit out of my cpu as a Richard Stallman said defenestrate it
Just now I have one naughty problem now stupid kde partition manager report taht I need to install windows so that I could repair ntfs disk inside windows just to uninstal it later and destroy windows partitions ! I wouldn't like that ! I also have a hehe one interesting tool that is useful when working with multiple os's Acronis disk director just acronis have its one problem of writing partition table on not standard place and some gnu utils than read it as a wrong partition table !
The question is:
Can I successfully repair a ntfs partition on linux ? I mean I have access to all data on it nothing is corrupted I just want to be able to change it into a vfat disk for a while while I do not by one more hdd ! I mean i have quite important data on that disk and other solution is to backup everything on a dvd's and then destroy ntfs
and run :$ mkpart logical ext4
Btw I would like to experiment with that convert with few tools but do not want to loose data on partition ! Btw I cannot resize it now ! only delete !