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My recommendation is to get rid of all of the partitions except for the nfs ones. Then, put all of your unpartitioned space into one, big extended partition and create all of your Linux partitions inside it as logical partitions. There's no downside to it, and it keeps things simple for you. Also, you don't need to bother making your / partition bootable because Linux doesn't care; that's an old MS-DOS artifact from the Bad Old Days when the boot loader needed that to know which partition to boot from.