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I need  Partition Manager  for Linux RedHat

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I am running RedHat ES 3 and ES 4  as well as  Debian...

I am looking for Paritiion Manager for Linux similar to Partition Magic (Norton) and Acronis for Windows, to reside linux partiions after installation.

Thanks....
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I thought that partition magic also knows about ext2 file systems..
when run from windows off course.

Have you looked at qtparted & parted running from unix
 
http://www.gnu.org/software/parted/#features
http://qtparted.sf.net/
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Thanks, I will try both
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qtparted is the graphical frontend for parted. BTW
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