GParted 1.1.0 arrives with many corrections and some little outstanding news

GParted 1.1.0

GParted is that famous partition manager that practically every Linux user has ever used. Its developers are taking their time to include news, so much that it took 15 years to version 1.0, but any improvement is welcome and yesterday they launched GParted 1.1.0. The new version does not include very important news, but it does correct several bugs that will make using this tool more reliable and stable. In addition, they have also included three new functions.

In total, GParted 1.1.0 has corrected 11 bugs, one of them so important that the developer team has included it in the key changes section. To be more specific, this is a patch that fixes a crash when moving a locked LUKS-encrypted partition. You have the complete list of changes after the cut.

What's New in GParted 1.1.0

  • Now switch to minfo and mdir faster to read using FAT16 / 32.
  • Calculate JFS size accurately.
  • It recognizes ATARAID members and detects their busy status.
  • Fixed bug when moving locked LUKS encrypted partition.
  • Fixed test (dentry-> d_name is invalidated by closedir…).
  • Now you canAdd the title of the missing window to the dialog box.
  • The device-wide FAT32 file system reports the mlabel device busy warning.
  • Fixed "invalid argument to seek ()" error in very small units (<= 40KiB).
  • Stay with CentOS 7 for GitLab CI.
  • Added filesystem interface tests.
  • Rename members and variables currently named 'filesystem'.
  • Added and updated translations.
  • The command xvfb-run required for certain checks.

GParted is available in the official repositories of many Linux distributions, but in most of them it is in a very old version. If we want to use the latest version, the only option we have is to download the software from its official website that you can access from this link.

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  1.   Light creator said

    It's the only way? No SNAPs or Flatpaks? ?

    1.    pablinux said

      Hello, Light Creator. Surprisingly no. I looked at it while writing the article and they have not uploaded the software to Flathub, nor to Snapcraft and I did not find anything in AppImage. There has been no PPA in several years either and the options are those offered by the web, the ISO of the operating system or wait.

      A greeting.

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