I have 2 disk storage. 120GB, 1TB. I want to use 1TB HDD as /home. How can I do this?
The default btrfs doesn’t have hard quotas like ext4/xfs, so you would just need to make sure the 1TB drive is in your btrfs pool and it will be used. If you are wanting to solely use /home on that drive, then select manual partitioning on install and format that drive to be /home and the rest to live on the other.
yes. I used to do that in f35. But in f36 that’s not possible.
/ and /home can’t set on different drive. I presume it’s a regression.
This is still possible on Fedora Silverblue 36. You can use the Blivet GUI Partitioning tool when you’re installing to set up the drives and mount points. Here I have done that in a VM:
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Could you check this link please : Partition tips for a new Silverblue installation with two disks - Fedora Discussion
It could be useful for you to setup easily.
thanks man. for this. But I can’t set efi format in F36 development kinoite iso.
EDIT: I forgot enable EFI in virtualbox. I will now try on my machine. And let you guys know if it works.
I have successfully installed /home seperate in fedora kinoite. thanks for your guide