GParted Live, a small bootable GNU/Linux distribution for x86 based computers that enables users to take advantage of all the features the latest versions of the GParted application have, is now at version 0.14.0.
GParted LiveCD 0.14.0 now comes with the ability to move, resize, check, create, and delete Physical Volumes under Logical Volume Management – LVM2 PV.
GParted LiveCD è una minuscola distribuzione Linux il cui unico (ma utilissimo) scopo di vita è quello di fornire una distribuzione avviabile da CDROM o da memoria USB che presenti GParted all’avvio.
GParted (GNOME Partition Editor), come sappiamo, è il front-end per desktop GNOME di Parted, il software libero per antonomasia per il partizionamento di hard-disk (crea, elimina, ridimensiona,
Something got my F 17 installation on my desktop mangled. I've decided to reinstall F 17 (Avoiding all of the issues I've read about with F 18's partitioning.) However, before doing that, I booted from a LiveCD and used Gparted to get rid of a small, redundant partition. Then, I folded it into /dev/sda3, AKA /home. Alas, the program hung.
Gparted LiveCD version 0.6.3-3. boots and loads GUI, then searches endlessly for partitions. No luck running it from command line either. Dell laptop set up to dual boot, Windows XP/PCLinuxOS. I want to shrink the Linux Root partition to give more space to the Home, but not having any luck. Suggestions please?
I've noticed when booting up Ubuntu 13.10 – Desktop X86-64 disc in "Try Without Installing" mode that Gparted is pre-installed, however if you install Ubuntu to your hard drive the package is removed (or purged? not sure which) during the installation process.
HorizonShadow wrote:I see I can resize partitions with gparted, but since / and /home are both locked due to being mounted, I'm not sure if it's possible.Use a liveCD/liveUSB e.g. http://gparted.org/livecd.php so these partitions aren't mounted and resize your /home.
I'm trying to install ubuntu 12.10 from DVD. Every time I try, I get an I/O error. I've tried replacing the RAM, with no change.
I decided I'd try to create a clean HD by booting into liveCD and then running Gparted. However-- gparted just runs with the "Scanning all devices" message forever-- though running fdisk -l from the terminal does find the drive fine.