So, I got a new Librem 15 - I was very unpleasantly surprised during install that it didn.t let me select an advanced mode and specify the partitioning scheme for the harddisk where PureOS w as installed.
Now I have the full SSD used up by the encrypted swap and root - which I didn.t want.
what I want to achieve - partition the SSD into many 10 GB partitions so I can install many GNU variants to experiment with them on the Librem.
How easiest to achieve this now?
Download an OEM reinstall image for the Librem and use some switch when booting into it that will enable to run an advanced install and partition the disk manually? If so - where is a current image - i.ve seen it mentioned in a post, but the puri.sm location it was referring to is dead now…
Or repartition the currently installed disk? Is that even possible from Gnome Disk when the system is running? How exactly?
I.m sure people must be multiple booting systems and it.s not just me who wants to do this…