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The GParted team is happy to announce a new stable release of GParted Live.

This release includes GParted 0.23.0 which permits naming a GPT partition on creation, displaying the serial number in device information panel, and preventing a user interface hang when resizing FAT16/32, HFS and HFS+ file systems.

Items of note include:
  • Based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2015/Aug/06)
  • Linux kernel updated to 4.1.3-1
This release of GParted Live has been successfully tested on VirtualBox, VMware, BIOS, UEFI, and physical computers with AMD/ATI, NVidia, and Intel graphics.

NOTE: If mouse cursor is not visible when GParted is running, then use the menu key to open a new terminal window. The mouse cursor should be visible again. See also GParted Live Manual - Working with Keyboard Only.

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3 August 2015: GParted 0.23.0

This release of GParted includes enhancements, bug fixes and language translation updates.

Key changes include:
  • Add partition name to create dialog and enable online naming
    (relevant for GPT partitioned disk)
  • Show serial number in device information
  • Add support for btrfs set new file system UUID
  • Prevent UI hang when resizing FAT16/32, HFS and HFS+ file systems
See the Release Notes for more details.

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The GParted team is proud to announce a new stable release of GParted Live.

This release has been enhanced to enable booting on UEFI computers when the image is directly copied to boot media using the dd command.

Items of note include:
  • Uses "isohybrid --uefi" to make dd iso file work for UEFI computers
  • Based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2015/May/22)
  • Linux kernel updated to 4.0.2-1
This release of GParted Live has been successfully tested on VirtualBox, VMware, BIOS, UEFI, and physical computers with AMD/ATI, NVidia, and Intel graphics.

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The GParted team is proud to announce a new stable release of GParted Live.

This live image contains GParted 0.22.0 which now supports reading and writing file systems to disk devices without partition tables, in addition to supporting GPT partition names.

Items of note include:
  • Based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2015/Mar/23)
  • Now uses systemd, which is the new default system init on Debian
  • Includes GParted 0.22.0:
    • Add read and write support for unpartitioned whole disk devices
    • Add read and write support for GPT partition names
This release of GParted Live has been successfully tested on VirtualBox, VMware, BIOS, UEFI, and physical computers with AMD/ATI, NVidia, and Intel graphics.

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23 March 2015: GParted 0.22.0

The big news with this release of GParted is support for unpartitioned whole disk drives. With unpartitioned drive support, GParted can now recognize and also format disk devices that do not contain a partition table. Another new feature is support for GPT partition names. This feature enables setting and viewing names on GPT partitions. Also included are bug fixes and language translation updates.

Key changes include:
  • Add read and write support for unpartitioned whole disk devices
  • Add read and write support for GPT partition names
See the Release Notes for more details.

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The GParted team is proud to announce a new stable release of GParted Live.

This live image contains GParted 0.21.0 which fixes an off-by-one sector error in GParted's internal block copy algorithm, and removes unnecessary duplicate actions when resizing a partition.

Items of note include:
  • Based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2015/Jan/27)
  • Replaced i486 live image with i586
  • Increased minimum requirements to 256 MB of RAM
  • Includes GParted 0.21.0 (fixes off-by-one internal block copy, adds ReFS detection, removes unnecessary partition resize actions)
This release of GParted Live has been successfully tested on VirtualBox, VMware, BIOS, UEFI, and physical computers with AMD/ATI, NVidia, and Intel graphics.

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26 January 2015: GParted 0.21.0

This release of GParted includes enhancements, bug fixes and language translation updates. One fix involves an error introduced in 0.15.0 whereby GParted's internal block copy has an off by one sector bug when the source is before the destination; and the copy is performed backwards from high block to low block. The problem results in incorrect last sectors in partitions.

Key changes include:
  • Fix off by one sector error in GParted internal block copy
  • Add support for ext4 on RHEL/CentOS 5.x
  • Remove unnecessary duplicate actions when resizing a partition
See the Release Notes for more details.

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