On Donnerstag, 12. August 2021 09:45:25 CEST Syds Bearda wrote:
A pop up asking if you want full disk install or a
dual boot with windows is
a very good idea in my mind. Especially for users that are unaware what the
The YaST partitioner is not very beginner user friendly (at all..). And also
I, for example, have no idea how to change sizes of partitions still. What
I do for a (re)install is open a live ISO, install gparted, create the
partitions in size I want and then during install choose use current setup
and link the partitions myself to / or /home etc.
Sorry, to understand you right: Why do you use the Live ISO? Is the installer
(partitioner?) on the normal installation ISO not intuitive enough? Or do you
always use the Live ISO and the installer (partitioner?) there is to
I have to admit, I never used a live ISO. But I guess, it is the same as in
the installed system.
What I can say: The Yast partitioner in the installed system lacks
functionality compared to gparted, when it comes to resizing and moving
existing (mounted /) partitions.
People saying here that the problem is with the user
are not very new user
I do agree that openSUSE is great for giving the user options for the
install, it’s not the most intuitive, compared to other (widely used)
But that’s just my 2 cents.
Mit freundlichen Gruessen,