I can’t seem to find much information on this. When I installed Rocky Linux 8 on my system I knew I should have increased the root partition’s space and took some space away from /home but I didn’t. Well now I guess I’m paying for it. The system hangs up on boot and freezes. It doesn’t get to the login screen. In the past I have been able to get into a rescue mode, backup and delete the /home directory, resize the root partition, and replace the /home directory. That was when I had CentOS 6 installed on the system. I have since lost those instructions and cannot find them. Would something like this work on Rocky Linux 8? I would like to not have to reinstall the OS and start all over. I do not have a backup and not looking forward to having to set it all up again. Just looking for some guidance on how to get this thing to boot back up and add room to the partition. I have attached a screenshot of the partitions. Root partition is 35G of 35G used. I do not need all that room on /home. even if i can move half of it to the / directory would be great. Thank you in advance for any help that can be given.