Partition issue after installation of Garuda Linux

Hi,

I've installed Garuda Linux today and it was awesome. At the time of installation, I've given 200GB partition only, remaining 300 GB I've planned to set after installation. So I've tried to do partition after installation and it's always mounting at "/run" (selected ext4 filetype for partition).

What I need is different drives like in Windows.

Thanks in advance.

Err Linux doesn't have 'drives'. It just has paths and files. read 'man fstab' for more information.

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Select BTRFS for 200 gb and NTFS for 300 gb.

And welcome to forums.

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Yes. I agree. I'm unable to change mount point for the remaining 300 gb partition. Can you please tell how can I make that 300 gb partition to use

I'll try it now. Thanks

Simply search,

"How to change mount point in Linux using gnome-disk-utility"
On your favorite search engine.

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It's working now. Thanks

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