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Mounted file systems can't be resized. In the screenshot of gparted, there's a key symbol between /dev/sda2 and ext4; that key symbol indicates /dev/sda2 is mounted. It can't be unmounted while the Arch Linux system on sda2 is running. To fix: Reboot from a liveCD, (or USB equivalent), and run gparted from that, right click on /dev/sda2 and click '...


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Boot from the original installation Windows 10 DVD ,and open the command line choosing System Restore >>> Troubleshoot >>>> Command Prompt and type the following commands: diskpart list disk select disk 0 list vol Let’s say your EFI partition is on Volume 1 (the EFI partition is using the FAT32 file system); type: sel vol 1 assign letter=k exit Next ...


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It should ask if you want to install GRUB... that would be terrible if not. Every distro I have used either asks(debian,ubuntu,suse,manjaro) or has a way to disable it(centos I think), or requires you to do it manually (arch). But if you can't prevent it, you can just fix it later. Bootloaders are easy to change later on Linux systems. Optionally back it up....


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Do these links help - Tails + persistence is not supported any more http://rmprepusb.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/adding-tails-22-to-e2b.html http://rmprepusb.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/add-full-kali-or-multiple-linux.html http://rmprepusb.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/add-kali-linux-v107-luks-encrypted.html http://rmprepusb.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/installing-kali-from-iso-...


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For the specific purpose of using grub-reboot, I found out that I can mount the Xubuntu partition from BunsenLabs and do grub-reboot --boot-directory=/media/.../boot ENTRY and it works.



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