I recently upgraded from a 500GB SSD (860 EVO) to a 1TB SSD (a 960 Evo). My friend @Tedster took me through the process of using Clonezilla to copy my Pop!_OS (Ubuntu 19.10) install over to the new drive, and it all seemed fine. He then had me use GParted to move the swap partition to the end of the drive and resize the main partition (root, /home …) to use all of the additional available space.
However, I used LUKS, and set it up during the OS’ installation.
The new partition size is recognized in some cases but not others, or is recognized but not meaningful:
My friend warned me about this when I first installed the system (and did reinstalls as I found I needed to do), then warned me again that moving and resizing an encrypted volume was a bad idea, but I didn’t care. Here’s the partition setup as shown in GNOME Disks:
I just want to be able to use all of the space my new drive has afforded me; please give me advice on how to do so without needing to reinstall if possible (: