GParted Live 0.23.0-1

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GParted (Gnome partition editor) is a graphical front end to the GNU Parted command-line tool that allows you to rescue data from lost partitions or delete, resize, move, check, and copy partitions and filesystems without data loss.

GParted (Gnome partition editor) is a graphical front end to the GNU Parted command-line tool that allows you to rescue data from lost partitions or delete, resize, move, check, and copy partitions and filesystems without data loss. GParted Live is a Live Linux CD that offers an easy interface to GParted. Boot this CD on x86 and x86-64 computers running Linux, Windows, or Mac OS X. Configure and manage partitions on SATA, IDE, and SCSI hard disks; flash, solid-state, and RAID devices; and devices with sector sizes from 512 to 4096 bytes and more.

GParted works on the following filesystems using the libparted library and standard tools of the native filesystem:

  • Btrfs
  • ext2/ext3/ext4
  • FAT16/FAT32
  • HFS/HFS+
  • linux-swap
  • LVM2 pv
  • NILFS2
  • NTFS
  • ReiserFS/Reiser4
  • UFS
  • XFS

 

 

 

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