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KDE Partition Manager

   1.0.3  

KDE System Tool

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KDE Partition Manager
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KDE Partition Manager
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KDE Partition Manager
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Link:  Link
other:  Link
Blog:  Link
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  33847
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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 Gentoo ebuild...

 
 by jirityr on: Sep 23 2008
 
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Hi,

I have made an ebuild for Gentoo users. You can add this link into the download links:
http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=238458

Cheers,
Jiri

PS: You should check for the parted utility (and for all other dependencies) in the cmake script.


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 awesome work!

 
 by sneakerski on: Sep 24 2008
 
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this is sweet! thanks so much for your effort on this! it's been a while since there was a solid KDE partition manager and you've filled that void! mad props


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 partition manager

 
 by mazetas on: Sep 25 2008
 
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how can i install this app?

can i also create and manage ntfs partitions from linux? the version that i had used didn't have that option


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 Re: partition manager

 
 by jackiebrown on: Sep 25 2008
 
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You have to add those to parted.

This is a frontend.

in Debian it is ntfsprogs


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 Re: partition manager

 
 by sneakerski on: Sep 25 2008
 
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to build the sources:
untar it
mkdir build && cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix` ..
make
sudo make install

note that the ` is the key to the left of the one... you will also need all the development packages for kde4 and libparted


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 small suggestion

 
 by jackiebrown on: Sep 25 2008
 
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Cosmetic only, but instead of partitionmanager maybe kpartitionmanager?

I didn't realize how use to that scheme I was until looking for the executable.


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 Re: small suggestion

 
 by pejakm on: Sep 25 2008
 
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Or even better: KParted


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 Re: Re: small suggestion

 
 by VolkerLanz on: Sep 25 2008
 
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There once was a project called KParted, so that name was and is out right from the start.

KDE Partition Manager strives to do more than just being a front end for libparted (as goes GParted, by the way). I therefore don't think the <xyz>Parted naming scheme is really that appropriate (for either of them, but for GParted it's a little late ;-)).


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 Re: small suggestion

 
 by VolkerLanz on: Sep 25 2008
 
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You're right, at the moment you need to know the executable name. The build process tells you what it's called, though.

I'm not a big fan of naming KDE applications with a "k" in front. Also, once KDE Partition Manager is part of your distribution, you're going to run it from the KDE Menu anyway, so you won't need to know the executable name.

The KDE project is, I think, trying to get away from the "k<whatever>" naming schemes itself.


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 Re: Re: small suggestion

 
 by jackiebrown on: Sep 26 2008
 
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in fairness, it wasn't that hard to guess. just a thought.

Either way, your app works great.

Maybe optional support to update fstab after partitioning?


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 Thanks!!

 
 by tonihele on: Sep 25 2008
 
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Thank you! I've missed this for a long time. QTParted is plain ugly and most likely dead or at least slow on the development. I even thought of starting a KDE port and beautification of it on my own...

But thanks! I hope this will be included in Kubuntu by default in place of QTParted.


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 Partition locking

 
 by DanaKil on: Sep 28 2008
 
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I'd love to be able to safely "lock" one or several partitions so that I don't fear to mess with them accidentaly. Partition Magic (I think) has this feature : you have a small dialog box which lists all available disks/partitions and you can check them for locking. After that, in the main interface, the partition still appears but with a lock-icon and you don't have acces to them anymore (until unlocking in the dialogbox of course).

It is usefull because I can easily set important partitions (system, etc) as locked once and never fear to damage them later. It could maybe done with a entry "Lock Disk/Partition" in the settings menu ?

Anyway, thanks for this app :)


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