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.
I just noticed the other reply to me. As @Nelson Muntz said, you can get it that way. It may well be in your default repositories under 'partitionmanager'. It's probably in there and that's the ideal way to install it.