GParted 0.24 Adds ZFS & NVMe Detection
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 27 October 2015 at 01:09 PM EDT. 1 Comment
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For those using GParted as GUI-driven Linux disk partitioning, the GParted 0.24 release is now available with new features.

Most prominently, GParted 0.24 adds ZFS file-system detection. This new release also now recognizes NVMe solid-state devices. Other GParted 0.24 changes include partition information debug changes, a hang fix when using illegal characters in the labels for FAT16/FAT32 file-systems, and avoid a core dump for non-existent devices on the command-line.

More details on GParted 0.24 via the release announcement.

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