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Anyone knows if there is any live distro with KDE Partition Manager?
Ubuntu 9.04 includes KDE Partition Manager, but doesn't have it on the Live-CD. Still, you can run the Live-CD and install KDE Partition Manager in the Live environment, AFAIK.
Just an FYI - I ran the Kubuntu 10.10 Beta and KPM was not installed, or available from the repos. Hopefully this will be fixed by the release date in Oct.
Complain to the Kubuntu people about it.
Also note this bug in their tracker: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/568993
Of course there's always the Live CD available from this very site.
Nowadays you can use Kubuntu (11.04 at least) as a live cd to use KDE Partition manager. Congratulations to all!
About the use of KDE Partition manager in the Kanotix live cd, there are two issues commented in
Yep. Better times nowadays..