Topic: [SOLVED] Can't resize boot/EFI partition with GParted
Hello. I have this problem. When I start Ubuntu I get the message: Disk space is low in boot/EFI. I searched for solutions to this and I found that I should erase the old kernels to free space in boot/EFI. I did that and I still get the message that disk space is low in boot/EFI. Then I tried to resize the boot partition with GParted. The boot partition is dev/sda1 and it's size was around 33MB. I enlarged the partition with 600MB of free space that were before it. But when I tried to enlarge it with GParted I got an error message. Then when running GParted again it appeared a warning sign next to the boot partition. I right-clicked the partition and then clicked on information. It said that I needed to enlarge the file system clicking the check partition option. I did that and I got an error.
Here is a screen shot of GParted screen:
What I want now is to know how to enlarge the file system of the boot partition. The partition says it has a size of 660 MB and 32.52 MB are used. But it says it only has a free space of 959 KB.
I hope somebody could help me.