I am an inexperienced Linux user. I want to install Mint on a computer that currently has Xubuntu. I want to install on my SSD drive, which is a secondary hard drive because of hardware reasons out of my control. My primary hard drive is a regular hard drive on which I keep data. The installer wanted to install Mint on the primary hard drive so I picked the "Something else" option to manually select where to install it and I now have to setup partitions. The issue is that when I installed Xubuntu on my SSD the installation process created a logical partition that occupies the entire disk. And that is blocking me from modifying any partitions on my SSD. Screenshots
My question is how do I get rid of the logical volume so that I can setup partitions for my Mint installation?