gnome-disk-manager – the easier way to manage disks in Gnome with Palimpsest

2010-05-25 120 words 1 min read

I had been using quite different set of tools to this but this is really good. Just install the gnome-disk-manager with

sudo yum install gnome-disk-manager

The interface is very clean and easy to understand and is it very very fast when compared to the other Graphical utilities.

Here are some screenshots to take you through.

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Select the unallocated space to create a new partition, enter the size and type and press create to create a new partition. Cant get any simpler than this.

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Supports even Ext4 filesystem.


Authored By Amit Agarwal

Amit Agarwal, Linux and Photography are my hobbies.Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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