Projects / QTParted


QTParted is a Partition Magic clone. It uses libparted for raw disk access, so you need parted installed to use it. The goal of QTParted is to fully wrap all function of parted and create a user friendly PM clone for Linux.


Recent releases

  •  07 Apr 2012 16:44

    Release Notes: This release supports Parted >= 3.0, with ext2, ext3, ext4, xfs, jfs, btrfs, and FAT FS creation support, without relying on parted filesystem code. It adds code cleanups and an improved UI for editing external tools.

    •  17 Feb 2011 14:45

      Release Notes: This release has been ported to use Qt 4.x and libparted 2.x. Some minor bugs were fixed.

      •  12 Aug 2005 21:01

        Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed and parts of the code have been cleaned up.

        •  25 Apr 2004 17:29

          Release Notes: Hidden flags for the FAT and NTFS filesystems were added. Support for reading partition labels was added. A Catalan translation was added.

          •  14 Mar 2004 07:10

            Release Notes: This version features new ntfsresize wrappers (for ntfstools -1.9), and improves the stability with all FS wrappers.

            Recent comments

            31 Oct 2004 12:29 albino3D

            I kept looking and looking for a partition magic equivalent for linux since it seems to me to be a rather vital tool for the serious computer user. Found parted, but was intimidated by the complexity of use. I started thinking I should write a front end to it myself when I stumbled on this gem! Good work!


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