Running KDE partition manager

Is KDE partition manager available in any usb tool bootable form? If not, what is the easiest way to run it ? I’m asking because I have a 2tb drive in which the whole drive is assigned with lvm v2 I want to shrink it down to transfer the image to a 500gig ssd.

I appreciate any assistance ,



During a live desktop session, most installer ISOs include this or the very similar tool called Gparted, depending on the desktop it runs.

Hello @claydoh . I appreciate the reply. I’m a Linux beginner and when I tried to use gparted it wouldn’t work because all the drive was allocated under lvm v2. It is a fresh install so I know very little is on the drive. My research indicated that KDE partition manager allowed you to shrink a drive in such a situation. Is this correct?

Many thanks,