I'm currently using a mac with 3 bootable partitions (multiboot). MacOS, Ubuntu and Arch-Linux.
I can switch between the operating systems using rEFInd
I mostly only use Arch-Linux but only gave it 30GB / 256GB when I created it. Now, I'm unable to update Arch because I don't have enough space left.
As far as I know, Mac stores the boot menu on the disk itself and has been afraid of messing with the disk too much because I don't want to end up bricking the macbook like I've done 2 times in the past. Changing the disk did not work, and I got a new one warranty.
Here is a screenshot from that (Question was removed)
This is my plan
- Clone the partition to a 32GB USB Flash drive using Clonezilla
- Delete all partitions except MacOS
- Create a new partition with 128 GB
- Boot to Clonezilla again, and clone from USB to partition (This is the part I'm worried about)
- I would imagine I would need to extend the partition aswell after the cloning.
Are there any risk of overwriting the boot or bricking the Macbook?