On 12.08.21 10:52, Andreas Vetter wrote:
On Donnerstag, 12. August 2021 09:45:25 CEST Syds
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
When I did this, the reason to "pre-partition" with a
was, that the default suggestion of yast was goood, when pre-partitioned
(e.g just have the second half of the disk empty or such, then yast
would just grab this second half and use it for linux).
If I start changing things in yast partitioner, I'm in the "configure
everything on your own" mode and do not enjoy the "sensible default
proposal" that I get with the pre-partitioned disk.
This has been years ago though, maybe the YaST partitioner is better
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