Release Notes: This release fixes a regression where partitions that were created using MiB alignment were 1 MiB larger in size than requested.
Release Notes: This release improves motherboard BIOS RAID support, and includes bugfixes and language translation updates. It fixes problems listing and working with fake RAID devices, prevents swapon and mount if a partition is in an operation queue, and prevents partition table creation if partitions are active.
Release Notes: This release includes important bug fixes and language translation updates. Key changes include the re-enabling of the MiB partition alignment option and fixing a problem with a logical partition move overwriting EBR.
Release Notes: This is an important bugfix release for two critical bugs. It fixes a crash in moving a partition when the size is a multiple of 16 MiB. It disables MiB alignment temporarily until bug #623630 can be fixed.
Release Notes: This release brings support for devices with sector sizes greater than 512 bytes. It adds support for devices with sector sizes > 512 bytes, adds an alignment option to align to MiB, and sets default alignment to align to MiB. Known issues: when used with libparted versions 2.3 and lower on devices with sector sizes > 512 bytes, used/unused space is not detected and shrinking filesystems is not available on HFS/HFS+.
Release Notes: This release of includes bugfixes and language translation updates. Key changes include a fix for when copying of huge (> 100 GB) NTFS partitions never finishes, and disabling of the extended partition option for GPT disks.
Release Notes: This release includes some bugfixes and language translation updates. Key changes include improved crypt-luks detection and improved dmraid device detection.
Release Notes: This release uses the upstream GParted 0.4.1 release. It is based on the Debian Lenny repository on December 28, 2008 with Linux kernel 2.6.26-12.
Release Notes: This release of rolls back /dev/mapper/* detection. The problem was that all /dev/mapper/* entries were added to the device list, including LVM partitions. This was confusing behaviour to GParted users. A work-around for /dev/mapper/* device detection is available by passing the device names to gparted on the command line, e.g. gparted /dev/mapper/device-name.
Release Notes: The default choice was set to the old xorg configuration, since it seems to works better, but the autoconfig choice is still available. A framebuffer option was added to autoconfig choice. Some options have been set in the kernel configuration file to try to fix some of the i810 bugs.