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I have never used either gparted or parted magic in the live disk form and was wondering what one seems to work the best. I have: gparted live .4.6-1 Parted ...
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    [SOLVED] gparted or parted magic?


    I have never used either gparted or parted magic in the live disk form and was wondering what one seems to work the best. I have:

    gparted live .4.6-1
    Parted Magic Live 4.8

    I need to move some partitions (and the data contained) around in an external usb hard drive. There are ext3 and NTFS on there at this moment. I need to make a few more NTFS partitions to back up some data on a Win server. What recommendations does everyone have?

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    GParted and PartedMagic are same. Both are Graphical Interfaces of tool parted.
    GParted interface is GTK based and PartedMagic is QT based.
    I prefer PartedMagic LiveCD because it has lot of other tools which make it A Perfect Rescue CD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils casper View Post
    GParted interface is GTK based and PartedMagic is QT based.
    Perhaps I'm wrong, but I thought Parted Magic was GTK based since it contains gparted, and that it was qtparted that was QT based.

    Either way, I personally like Parted Magic because of all the great utilities on the disk including gparted, but I've never cared for qtparted on those occasions that I've had to use it.
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    Thanks to the both of you. I have never used either as a live disk, but I have used gparted during a Linux run state. I'll give the Parted Magic a shot.

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