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 gparted should be installed from the DVD by default.

Created 6 years ago, edited 6 years ago.
Status changed 6 years ago
Author:

quake0
Status:
Selected
  Score:
 24
30 votes
Idea:

gparted should be installed from the DVD by default.

GParted is a free partition editor for graphically managing your disk partitions.

With GParted you can resize, copy, and move partitions without data loss, enabling you to:

Grow or shrink your C: drive
Create space for new operating systems
Attempt data rescue from lost partitions

Comments:

5 years ago

quake0
So install it on the live DVD.  
5 years ago

MikeF90000
If I understand this proposal, I disagree. Gparted should always be run from a live CD/DVD in order to change any partition safely. If run from an HD installed O/S, one or more partitions will be locked or active.  
5 years ago

quake0
Mint is slow to install high scoring ideas.  
6 years ago

quake0
10 moths with high scores. Aprove this idea.  
6 years ago

quake0
What does it take to get approved, Its been 8 months with high scores.  
6 years ago

quake0
This is a no brainier that should be approved already.  
6 years ago

quake0
Its time for this idea to be aproved.  
6 years ago

quake0
whats the word?  
6 years ago

quake0
So is this going to make it in Linux mint 14?  
6 years ago

quake0
That's good to here.  
6 years ago

quake0
Will this be approved yet? It has a very positive score for the last 2 month.  
6 years ago

quake0
P.s.
I don't even know who you are.
 
6 years ago

quake0
P.S.
 
6 years ago

kazztan0325
I hope @clem would become to place a special emphasis on this community website.
 
6 years ago

quake0
One aspect of Linux mint is that some things move slower then they should.  
6 years ago

quake0
Can we get this idea considered at least.  
6 years ago

quake0
Any news on this?  
6 years ago

Mintification
I agree with quake0; I can't see any reason why gparted shouldn't be installed. It's a great program, and doesn't take up much space.  
6 years ago

quake0
To the two people that voted against this. Can you give a reason why?  
6 years ago

ElHaj

Gparted is also useful for USBs and external drives,
and more user friendly then command line tools for partitioning.
Promoting

 
6 years ago

quake0
Thank you Vincenty for that correction.  

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