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Nik-Ken-Bah

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Just a quickie
Is the a Video on Gparted?
Yea or Nae
 


KGIII

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Lately, I've been using KDE Partition Manager, if you're interested in trying it. It's quite similar, but more visually appealing - I think. I think it's also slightly easier to navigate, perhaps a bit more intuitive. I've completely switched to it, where applicable. (It's unhelpfully named 'partitionmanager'.)

There's also gnome-disk-utility which is what I'd probably suggest to folks who are new to Linux or new to partitioning. You've been here for a long time, so you may not be interested.
 

Condobloke

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Tennyson would be turning in his grave.

I am not at all sure he had Gparted in mind....
 

Nik-Ken-Bah

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I've been using KDE Partition Manager,
OK! How do I get my hot little mitts on it?
Also is there any how to use documentation for it?
 

Nik-Ken-Bah

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You've been here for a long time, so you may not be interested.
I 'm a curious little bugger and will give anything a burl to see how it goes. So see my previous set of questions to you. Danke
 

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jglen490

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If you are running Ubuntu, then installing KDE Partition Manager will probably bring in some KDE dependencies. Other than that there should not be any problems.
 
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