MacBook Pro 2019

Resize volume to recover the space deleted with :

sudo diskutil resizeVolume disk0s2 0b

If I understood you want take the space we delete disk0s3 224.2 GB to install EnOS on it ?

Yes this space will be used for Linux

So don’t do the resize volume. If you want to keep this disk0s3 to install Linux EnOS on it you have to partionne it like this :

disk0s3 = 224.2 GB TOTAL needs to be transformed like this :

disk0s3 = EFI 550MB FAT32
disk0s4 = SYSTEM 30GB EXT4
disk0s5 = HOME 200GB EXT4 (size meaning the rest of the disk)

What should I do now
Should I make an ISO with the article that was quoted above

NO, it’s just a contribution of @ricklinux

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I need to know if you resize volume sudo diskutil resizeVolume disk0s2 0b or not ?
You just deleted disk0s3 ? right ?

To be sure where we are give the result from :

sudo gpt -r -vv show /dev/disk0

Before to do your ISO, clean and prepare your partition scheme, without it, it will not work.
You need to know that if you use the T2 chip, you will have to deactivate the Secure Boot to install Linux.

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OK go to read my last answer on the thread we continue here, I will try to move all the messages here in the first thread at the end.

@FLVAL I didn’t resize anything just deleted windows

Why you create a new Thread each time ? Is not necessary.
Ok super if you didn’t resize so give me the result from :

sudo gpt -r -vv show /dev/disk0

To get it work you need to deactivate the SIP

I merged the two threads, inturupted 2 is now closed.

Yep, It seems @yadco couldn’t answer more on the original Thread ?
So I was answering here in thinking to move all at the end.
But no answer now, so I’m wondering what’s happening !

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I’ve changed your status so you can answer now.

I didn’t resize the mac partition to cover the windows partition I just deleted it

Thank @Bryanpwo we could continue here so, I regroup all the threads in the original one.

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I already did.

Weird I don’t see @yadco ! Are you here ?

I am here