As many know the disk partitioning software that is used in redhat Linux during the install is not as flexable as one would like it to be.
We like to keep several old kernels under /boot and it eats up more space than the default size permits.
Every time I try to make /boot larger in the disk partitioning gui it keeps on telling me I can not modify this because it is part of ....
I know I can boot the system into rescue mode or I can do a kickstart install to set /boot where ever I want however that is not practical, I would like to understand how I can modify this.
Erasing the redoing the partitioning can be dangerous as I could get a nonstandard install