I’ve flashed a Fedora ISO using
livecd-iso-to-disk to my 250GB USB thumb drive like this
git clone https://github.com/livecd-tools/livecd-tools.git # We need the latest version to use `ext4`, otherwise `--efi` it will cause it to default to `vfat` which limits overlay-sizes to <4096mb. cd livecd-tools/tools sudo ./livecd-iso-to-disk.sh --format ext4 --efi --force --overlay-size-mb 60000 "~/Downloads/fedora.iso" "/dev/sda"
But after booting it, I’m failing to install a couple of big packages and Docker images (~8GB in total) because I’m getting errors telling me there is no more disk space available.
So how do I get more disk space to install more packages and Docker images?
There is like 200GB of free space available in
/run/intiram/live, but that’s not where I need it.
I already gave the overlayfs 60GB, but that just seems to reduce the available space of
/run/intiram/live by 60GB without making it available on
--home-size-mb is not an option for me because of all the side effects (like forcing me to create a user account etc).