So my dilemma is that my Ubuntu installation is on the last partition. Here is a screenshot of GParted.
Also on a hdd. Not sure if it makes a difference.
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You won’t be able to resize the partition that you are current running in - it appears here that you’re booted into the Linux install that’s running on /dev/sda5? If that’s the case, you can boot a liveCD or a USB installer, so that all of the partitions on /dev/sda are unmounted. Once unmounted and booted from a liveCD you should be able to extend/resize those partitions into the unallocated space.