I wanted to resize my partition today and booted into the KDE-lite ISO, and I found out there is no KDE partition manager? Will it be better to include the partition manager in the ISO so that we do not need to download it from pacman every boot? Just a suggestion.
That is the whole point of the lite ISO--superfluous software is not included, only the bare minimum. If every KDE program was included, it would be a huge ISO.
parted is included in the ISO and is perfectly well suited for resizing partitions. If users wish to install additional tools beyond that, there is no obstacle stopping them.
KDE lite, as your name indicates, is a lite ISO. Use another edition of the ISOs.
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