I've decided to go Linux only, finally!
This also means that I have a bunch of disks still under NTFS.
I don't have spare space anywhere to transfer the files to and then just re-format the drive so I need a tool, or tool chain, to make it on the disk itself.
I imagine I could do it with some patience like this:
- Defrag NTFS.
- Shrink NTFS partition some percent.
- Create ext[n] partition on left space.
- Copy some files until ext[n] is full.
- Shrink NTFS partition.
- Grow etx[n] partition.
- Copy files.
and repeat 5, 6 and 7 until it's all transferred.
It's a last resource path if I can't find any tool or tool-chain to do it automatically.