What is KPartEd?
A KPartEd is a GUI disk partitioning utility for KDE and Qt/Embedded. The partition management is handled using libparted with KPartEd providing an easy to use front end. The partition types currently supported are: ext2, FAT (including VFAT and FAT32), linux swap, HFS, NTFS and ReiserFS. See the parted documentation for details of the level of support for the different file systems.
Currently KPartEd can only view partition tables, but I'll be adding the editing features soon. All the images below show the current working code running with Qt/X11. I have not yet tested with Qt/E but the app is pure-Qt so it should work fine.
The current version of KPartEd is 0.1.
- KPartEd 0.1 kparted-0.1.tar.gz
This image shows KPartEd examining the boot partition of a Windows 2000 installation.
|KPartEd in all it's glory|
This image shows KPartEd examining the boot partition of a Linux installation.
|This time with ext2|
In this image, you can see KPartEd as it looks when it is first started. The check boxes in the 'Details' group are disabled (because there is no selected partition).
|The initial screen|