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Can't extend Filesystem because of Swap Partition?

grimajar

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Within my VirtualBox I have a POPos VM. I went ahead and added an extra 11gb of free space.

When I go to the disk menu to extend the Filesystem Partition it appears the Swap Partition is sitting in-between it and the free space.

I'm not entirely sure what a Swap Partition is and how to get around it?

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