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10.1.2. How Does It Work?

The GParted LiveCD is a combination of open source software from several separate projects: the libparted partition-manipulation libraries from the GNU parted partition editor, filesystem-manipulation utilities from various filesystem projects, the GParted GNOME graphical parted interface, and a Live CD version of Slackware Linux.

The GParted LiveCD boots using a process very similar to the Fedora Core installation disc. Once the kernel and initrd (ramdisk) are loaded, startup scripts request the language, keyboard, resolution, and color-depth information, and then start Xvesa, a version of the X Window server that communicates with the graphics card through lowest-common-denominator standards set by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA). This enables the use of almost any modern video card in a low-performance mode (perfectly acceptable for this application) without requiring card-specific drivers.

The only application started is the GParted graphical interface, which communicates with other tools as necessary to perform requested tasks. Windows uses two different filesystem types: FAT32, a simple filesystem based on the original DOS 2.0 filesystem, and NTFS, an advanced filesystem with a database-like structure. Filesystem manipulation is handled by tools from the dosfstools and linux-ntfs packages. Then partition resizing is accomplished using the linux-ntfs tools or libparted libraries (depending on the partition type).


10.1.1. How Do I Do That? | Fedora Linux | 10.1.3.1. ...one or two small partitions that appear at the end of my disk drive?







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