I chose something else and reformatted the partition w/ the previous LM installation on it to "/", the installer would not let me move forward so I created at 300 mb EFI partition, a 30 GB /home and 16 GB swap. This time I could boot up and so far it is running (still downloading the updates). I have not tried to boot from the SSD as of yet.This screen is different to usual, but see how you go.
Did you not choose Something else this time around? This approach appears to be trying to put an ESP on /dev/sda2, and you have a separate home partition, but that does not matter.
I'll be close by. And let me know if you got the GParted Live disk/usb up and going.
sudo ufw enable
... you would have Zero, 102,400 and Zero for example.Where you get an option with 3 fields to have space before, the size of the new partition and space after...
Definite enthusiasm! I've been wanting to learn this for years!Sure can . Aah, enthusiasm, I remember that, 3 millennium ago
In doing so, you don't hem it in, surrounded by other Linux that might constrict it from needed expansion. You might also want to set up eg a /dev/sda6 also towards the end, for say "Data" storage, your call - then you can just add Linux in the unallocated space between them.