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Setting up a boot SDCARD for the Multi-boot image with 13 distributions is really simple ... after you realize that the second partition is not ext.fs but a new File System which is called `btrfs`.
Because of this File System,
$ sudo resize2fs /dev/sdXY # THIS DOES NOT WORK !
(as explain in PinePhone#Resize_file_system ) does not work.
The correct way to resize the File System of the second partition is :
- - Resize the hard partition with fdisk or cfdisk (cfdisk is really convenient!)
- - Mount the partition somewhere (/foo)
- - Execute the commands :
$ df -h $ btrfs filesystem resize max /foo $ df -h