I can't resize my disk for windows dual-boot

I want to reduce the size of /dev/sda2 but i can only add 2MB to that partition. I cannot reduce.

You cannot change the size of a mounted partition - a Haxor knows that.

To resize your Linux root you need a live ISO with a partition utility. E.g. Gparted Live or a Manjaro GTK based edition.


tried to mount but didn’t work will try these tools.

You cannot unmount your running root.

You need to reboot your system using a live ISO - until you do that you cannot resize the partition.


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