hello i was planning to install garuda linux gnome edition on my external hard disk and what happened is that it didnt show me a method to replace a partition with garuda gnome but when i installed parrot on my external hdd it did show me the option how do i fix this
The first thing that comes to mind is using GParted to manage your partitions. If you make sure to have one big ext4 partition left I imagine it will be recognized by Gnome as a valid candidate.
@Eageye this belongs under the issues and assistance category not community. Anyway, I moved it over to the correct category but please keep that in mind for the future. And welcome to the forum
Also please follow the issues and assistance template by showing the output of the
garuda-inxi command in a terminal
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