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KDE Partition Manager

   1.0.3  

KDE System Tool

Score 94%
KDE Partition Manager
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KDE Partition Manager
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KDE Partition Manager
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Link:  Link
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Blog:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  35307
Submitted:  Sep 18 2008
Updated:  Sep 1 2010

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.

Follow development and have a look at some preview screenshots of the upcoming feature release on http://blog.volker-lanz.de.




Changelog:

1.0.3
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Make sure available and used capacity are not printed in a partition's properties dialog if they are not known

Make sure fsck.msdos does not want to modify a file system when it is being called to read the file system usage

Warn the user when trying to overwrite an existing partition with another or an image file

Clear the clipboard if undoing an operation deleted the partition that was in it

Keep the current UUID when resizing a swap partition

Fix the build by explicitly linking the partition manager executable against the KDE libs it uses

Do not allow pasting a source partition on a bigger target partition when the source partition's file system cannot be grown to fill the target partition


1.0.2
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* Copy a file system's UUID to the copied file system when creating a file system from another one.

* Implement a workaround for a libparted bug that makes it sometimes fail to commit changes to the OS in versions earlier than 2.2.

* Update the partition's file system and re-check for constraints if the partition's role is changed in the "Create New Partition" dialog. This fixes a bug where the user was not able to grow an extended partition if he'd previously selected a file system that cannot grow beyond a certain size.

* Always use the correct icons in modified ok/cancel buttons in dialogs and message boxes

* Fix a crash when operations to create, resize and delete an extended partitions where incorrectly merged into one (bug 232092)




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 Compilation error

 
 by DanaKil on: Sep 18 2008
 
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Hi,

your app looks great but I have a compilation error :
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src/fs/ntfs.cpp:29:23: erreur: uuid/uuid.h : Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
src/fs/ntfs.cpp: In member function «virtual bool FS::ntfs::updateUUID (Report&, const QString&) const»: src/fs/ntfs.cpp:152: erreur: «uuid_generate» was not declared in this scope
make[2]: *** [src/CMakeFiles/partitionmanager.dir/fs/ntfs.o] Erreur 1
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I had to install "libparted1.7-dev" in order to compile (I'm using Kubuntu hardy)

Cheers and thanks for your work


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 Re: Compilation error

 
 by VolkerLanz on: Sep 18 2008
 
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You're probably missing the uuid-dev package.


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 Re: Re: Compilation error

 
 by DanaKil on: Sep 18 2008
 
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uuid-dev solved the problem, thanks

I have not used the disk operations and just used the GUI but this looks great

Cheers :)


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 This Looks Promising

 
 by srog on: Sep 18 2008
 
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Good work !

With the Kubuntu Intrepid:

Build-Depends: libqt4-dev, kdelibs5-dev, libparted1.8-dev, uuid-dev (+build-essential).


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 Awesome!

 
 by GameMage on: Sep 18 2008
 
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I've been waiting for a kde partitioner for ages, no more qtparted for me now then! 8D


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 Include request

 
 by BorgQueen on: Sep 19 2008
 
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Hi great app. Can it be adapted to include dealing with other types of media (for formatting sake) such as floppies (yes I know who uses them, MS users do and I have to deal with them) cdrws/dvdrws and the like?

Its clearly not an important request but it was be interesting.

Now, the really interesting one would be to get this to work with music players like ipods, zens, sandisk players, using dosfstools and such?

Anyway, great app, thank you. I'm going to tell bero of Ark Linux. We have been looking for a better interface for a while, this is wonderful.


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 Ideas

 
 by lucher on: Sep 19 2008
 
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I can't try your app on the Mac I am sitting in front of, but from looking at the screenshots I am impressed.

There are a few clues that are arguable when I think about your UI design. I want to keep a window simple as possible without loosing too much information. Here are some thoughts:

The "log output" is only required if something went wrong or if a "power user" wants to see it. Maybe you will find a way to disable it while still showing the "pending operations" window?

The box "devices" does not make to much sense to me. It takes much space and does not fit visually well to the information bar and the other widgets around it. Is it possible to put the selector of the device into the main list (in terms of a tree view, that is you select the device and on the next level you may select the partitions)?

The last thing is just about defaults: What do I need the information panel for, if almost all information displayed there are also available in the list view? To me it sounds reasonable to either remove the information panel in the default view (or reduce it) or disable the redundant columns in the list view (in default view only, off course). Though, I like it to see the partition sizes in the list view...


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 Re: Ideas

 
 by VolkerLanz on: Sep 19 2008
 
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Thanks for your comments.

This is a KDE4 app, so all dockable panels can be turned on and off, resized, stacked on top of each other etc. If a user does not want to see the log output panel, he can just close it. The default for both the log output and the information pane is off.

I did think about including the devices in the main "partition tree view" for a while, but decided against it to keep the partition tree view as simple as possible. Additionally, there _are_people with six or more external hard disks who might not really want to have them all in one big tree. I'm not sure if my decision to keep this separate was the right one. I might reconsider that depending on more user feedback.

The information panel shows context-sensitive information, i.e., if you select a device but no partition, it shows information about the device itself that is not otherwise available. You're right though that the information there about the currently selected partition is either redundant with the partition tree view or not terribly interesting to the end user (start and end sector, number of sectors). I'll see what I can do about that.


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 Re: Re: Ideas

 
 by lucher on: Sep 22 2008
 
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Thanks for listening and accepting my feedback.

I just started some brainstorming based on your points:

valid additional entries for the information panel contain label, mount point, extended mount options, date of last file system check. You should consider a graphical representation of disk space, cylinders, etc. I believe, the information panel would be the right place for such (and then there won't be too much redundancy compared with alphanumeric representation in the list view).

Regarding the device selector widget I solely agree. Maybe it is a good idea to move the device list view to the main panel somehow? Maybe you can combine it with the graphical device view on top or with a tab bar? I believe, it should not be dockable (and, thus, invisible)

The "pending operations" are important in my opinion. If there won't be a superhuge own dockwidget for it, I could imagine seeing it in compact form in the information pane as well.

Best regards and thanks for listening


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 build-depends on kubuntu

 
 by jamadagni on: Sep 21 2008
 
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build-essential gettext kdelibs5-dev libparted-dev uuid-dev


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