Problem with partitioning during install.
First time I've tried installing Linux (openSuSe, to be exact). Wanted a dual-boot system, so I went along with the partitioning scheme suggested (shrink Windows partition to 300Gb from 500, use the rest for Linux and swap). However, as soon as it actually started installing Linux, it gave me an error message about not being able to create dev/sda5, so I aborted the install.
So, now I have: a resized Windows partition (300Gb), a 2Gb partition, a 13Gb partition (which is something created by Acer, so I can't do anything with it, it was there the whole time) and 150Gb chunk of unpartitioned space.
Tried running the installer again, it said it couldn't recommend any partition scheme, and when going into its advanced settings, the 300Gb partition was marked as "Linux"-type (or something of that sort, don't remember exactly), so I was a bit wary of continuing with the installation.
Question is, what do I do?
Delete that 2 Gb partition and partition the unpartitioned space? (And install there?)