GNOME Partition Editor for creating, reorganizing, and deleting disk partitions. It uses libparted from the parted project to detect and manipulate partition tables. Optional file system tools permit managing file systems not included in libparted.
- Create partition tables (e.g., MSDOS, GPT)
- Create, delete, copy, resize, move, check, set new UUID, or label partitions
- Manipulate btrfs, ext2/3/4, f2fs, FAT16/32, hfs/hfs+, linux-swap, lvm2 pv, nilfs2, NTFS, reiserfs/4, ufs, and xfs file systems
- Enable and disable partition flags (e.g., boot, hidden)
- Align partitions to mebibyte (MiB) or cylinder boundaries
- Attempt data rescue from lost partitions
- Supports hardware RAID, motherboard BIOS RAID, Linux software RAID
- Supports all sector sizes (e.g., 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 byte sectors)
I have been using GParted intermittently for many years, and would wholeheartedly recommend it to most people. However, 0.22.0-2 in either i486 or i583 versions will not boot on my Dell Latitude D630. I'm going back to an older one!
Not exactly a Linux newbie, but maybe Linux dilettante. Can't point out a problem, even so.
Good :) Thanks.
Thank you for GParted, you saved my ass over at Gigarank