Disk Partition in Linux Using Parted Magic

parted magic is a program to divide the hard disk into the drive. such as windows in which we know is pertion magic. parted magic running in linux, the essence of the program GParted, but parted Magic supports the following: ext2, ext3, ext4, FAT16, FAT32, hfs, hfs +, JFS, linux-swap, ntfs, reiserfs, reiser4, and xfs. perted magic PII processor requires at least 400MB RAM and 128MB or operate in the "Live" mode.

some of the features of the new parted magic, now has full support for pertisi Device mapper RAID partitions. Initrd is completely removed dnn Magic parted now boot from initramfs. initramfs around 500KB only the latest and all the drivers needed to boot the media that is compiled directly into the kernel. isolinux.cfg file / syslinux.cfg changed dramatically, now running well on a computer with 64MB RAM.



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