Hello Manjarolians, I’m Kiki
First of all I would like to introduce myself.
Well I’m totally new in Manjaro and Linux at all but even though I’am old (I’m over 40 years🤯) I’m pretty smart and fast lerning. My main desktop PC is almast as old as I am so my ASRock motherboard is still on BIOS system, my disks are HDD Drives and I still have CD-ROM drive (I’m not sure it’s working, cos I don’t remember when I used it last time). And no, I don’t have a floppy drive, it is not that old PC.
Manjaro is my first Linux ditribution. Admittedly the first linuks I have installed was Mint, but I decided to remove it after 10 min of using and Manjaro KDE Plasma I loved at first sight.
After 2 weeks of testing Manjaro as a second OS, I decided to totally remove Windows from my PC. I do backup of my files and prepare 250Gb HDD drive to install Manjaro on BIOS/GPD style. I proceed to install a Manjaro with separately /home partition. Unfortunately after installation and reboot there was Error: Failed to mount /home drive partition. I was try some methods from other topics with this error from this forum, but nothing worked. When I tryed to chroot, there was information: No Linux OS detected. After 2 days of reinstalling, partitioning with other methods I decided to install Manjaro on a single /root partition, and everything work corectly.
My question is, what can I do now to separate /home partition without reinstalling Manjaro and crushing my stable working OS? Or if it is not possible, what could be reason of the /home mounting broblems about which I wrote earlier.