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March 2010

KDE Partition Manager

KDE Partition Manager 1.0.1 KDE System Tool Link: Link other: Link Depends on: KDE 4.x Downloads: 12344 Submitted: Sep 18 2008 Updated: Jan 10 2010 Score: score94%94%score 94% good bad good Description: KDE Partition Manager is a utility program to help you manage the disk devices, partitions and file systems on your computer. It allows you to easily create, copy, move, delete, resize without losing data, backup and restore partitions. KDE Partition Manager supports a large number of file systems, including ext2/3/4, reiserfs, NTFS, FAT16/32, jfs, xfs and more. It makes use of external programs to get its job done, so you might have to install additional software (preferably packages from your distribution) to make use of all features and get full support for all file systems. KDE Partition Manager is also available as a bootable Live CD

October 2009

Particionamento manual no Ubuntu | Linux para Todos

25 Oct 09 Particionamento manual no Ubuntu O particionamento no Ubuntu é algo bem simples na instalação. Porém, fazer um particionamento manual permite um maior “controle” sobre a sua HD além de tornar mais fácil manter dados pessoais em instalações limpas, ou sejá, reinstalação sem utilizar o programa de upgrade do próprio Ubuntu. Algumas notas antes de começar: - Estou imaginando que você esteja utilizando o instalador do LiveCD ou LiveUSB do Ubuntu - Estou imaginando que você está se sentindo confortável em executar as seguintes operações. Caso tenha medo de fazer besteira, peça ajuda de alguém mais experiente. - A forma de particionamento é algo pessoal e apenas você pode dizer se precisa/quer um tanto X de espaço para cada partição ou mesmo se precisa/quer este tipo de particionamento. Sinta-se à vontade de modificar qualquer valor por mim oferecido, desde que você saiba o que esta fazendo ;D - Os passos seguintes são apenas uma “dica” de como agir para manter a sua partição com suas configurações e arquivos pessoais fáceis de se manter ao se atualizar o Ubuntu de forma “limpa” e os mesmos não são necessários, podendo o usuário optar pelas opções automáticas de particionamento do próprio particionador caso deseje.

April 2009

GParted -- Frequently Asked Questions

GParted FAQ 1 : What are the dependencies of GParted? You will need Parted >= 1.7.1 and Gtkmm >= 2.8.x Get Parted from and Gtkmm from Also, several file systems are supported through their native tools. See the features page for more information on these tools.

GParted -- Screenshots

Screenshots Well, here it is.. the most popular part of any projectpage :) Hopefully this will give you an idea of what GParted looks like.

May 2008

GParted -- Welcome

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Gnome Partition Editor GParted is the Gnome Partition Editor application. Before attempting to use it, here is some basic background information. A hard disk is usually subdivided into one or more partitions. These partitions are normally not re-sizable (making one larger and the adjacent one smaller) The purpose of GParted is to allow the individual to take a hard disk and change the partition organization therein, while preserving the partition contents. GParted is an industrial-strength package for creating, destroying, resizing, moving, checking and copying partitions, and the filesystems on them. This is useful for creating space for new operating systems, reorganizing disk usage, copying data residing on hard disks and mirroring one partition with another (disk imaging). GParted uses GNU libparted to detect and manipulate devices and partitiontables. Several (optional) "file system" tools provide support for file systems not included in libparted. These optional packages will be detected at runtime and do not require a rebuild of GParted. GParted is written in C and uses gtkmm for its Graphical User Interface (GUI). The general approach is to keep the Graphical User Interface as simple as possible. Every attempt was made to conform to the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines. GParted comes under the terms of the General Public License

August 2007


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Welcome to Partimage homepage Description: Partimage is a Linux utility which saves partitions having a supported filesystem to an image file. Most Linux and Windows filesystems are supported. The image file can be compressed with the gzip / bzip2 programs to save disk space, and they can be splitted into multiple files to be copied on CDs / DVDs, ... Partitions can also be saved across the network since version 0.6.0 using the partimage network support, or using Samba / NFS. If you don't want to install Partimage, you can download and burn SystemRescueCd. It's a livecd that allows to use Partimage immediately even if your computer has no operating system installed (useful to restore an image), and it allows to save an image on a DVD on the fly.

June 2007