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I am trying to make a live USB environment for a Lenovo Yoga laptop,
complete with a home directory. I would like the home directory to be
over 4 Gb, so I would like to format the USB stick with ext4.
First I succeeded with this command:
livecd-iso-to-disk --format --multi --home-size-mb 16000
--unencrypted-home IceWM-q1.iso /dev/sda
However, the laptop refused to boot, despite "legacy enabled" in the
BIOS. So I added --efi , but with --efi the utility formats the stick
using vfat, and the maximum size for the home mount is 4 Gb.
How can I make the utility format the device with EFI and ext4? Or how
can I do this part manually? Thanks!
Yours, Mikhail Ramendik
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