GParted – Graphical Disk Partition Editor – Releases Version 0.32.0

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GParted and GParted Live releases version 0.32.0 with key updates and bug fixes.

GParted is the best graphical disk partition utility for Linux. It is capable of creating, resizing, deleting partitions in Disks, USB drives. Based on libparted, it supports almost all popular file systems.

Here are some of GParted features.


  • Create, resize, delete partition tables in Disks, USBs
  • Change/Update UUID, partition labels
  • Supports file systems: btrfs, ext2/3/4, f2fs, FAT16/32, hfs/hfs+, linux-swap, luks, lvm2 pv, nilfs2, NTFS, reiserfs/4, udf, ufs, and xfs
  • Supports RAID
  • Enable and disable partition flags (e.g., boot, hidden)
  • Attempt data rescue from lost partitions
  • Supports all sector sizes (e.g., 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 byte sectors)

GParted LIVE is a small bootable recovery GNU/Linux distribution for x86 computers based in latest GParted. GParted LIVE comes with an ISO which can be loaded in CD, USB, HD and can be used to recover a broken system after booting from it.

GParted, GParted LIVE released version 0.32.0. Here are the release notes (from official website):


  • Implement opening and closing of LUKS mappings
  • Fix can’t shrink LVM partition due to pvresize prompt
  • Recognise additional GRUB2 core.img signatures
  • Honour resize2fs minimum FS sizes

Bug fixes

  • Desupport RHEL / CentOS 5
  • Implement opening and closing of LUKS mappings
  • Fix null pointer check accidentally disabled
  • Add logo.png for automatic GitLab/GitHub project avatar
  • Fix volume label is incorrect for bitlocker encrypted partitions
  • Update URL links to
  • Avoid unnecessary string change
  • Fix can’t shrink LVM partition due to pvresize prompt
  • Remove support for obsolete devkit-disks automount inhibitor
  • Add GitLab CI jobs to build and test GParted
  • Recognise additional GRUB2 core.img signatures
  • Reduce the time taken by the GitLab CI jobs
  • Stop xmllint scrollkeeper-omf.dtd fetch fail breaking CI tests
  • Honour resize2fs minimum FS sizes

How to Install

To install GParted 0.32.0 in Ubuntu 18.04, 18.10; Linux Mint, elementary and all Ubuntu derivatives – you can grab the deb files directly from Launchpad. After download you can install using software or gdebi to install it.

Download GParted 0.32.0 – deb

GParted Live

GParted Live bootable ISO image is available in below link for amd64. You can also visit this page for other download options.

GParted Live CD/USB/HD/PXE Bootable Image(iso amd64)


After installation you can find GParted in application menu/ launch via dock search.

GParted 0.32.0 Running in Ubuntu
GParted 0.32.0 Running in Ubuntu



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