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GPT fdisk v1.0.10
GPT fdisk v1.0.10 GPT fdisk (consisting of the gdisk, cgdisk, sgdisk, and fixparts programs) is a set of text-mode partitioning tools for Linux, FreeBSD, macOS, and Windows. A disk partitioning tool loosely modeled on Linux fdisk, but used for modifying GUID Partition Table (GPT) disks. The related FixParts utility fixes some common problems on Master Boot Record (MBR) disks. Features • Edit GUID partition table (GPT) definitions in Linux, FreeBSD, MacOS X, or Windows • Convert MBR to GPT without data loss • Convert BSD disklabels to GPT without data loss • Create hybrid MBR or convert GPT to MBR without data loss • Repair damaged GPT data structures • Repair damaged MBR data structures (FixParts) Tutorials: HERE. This download is for the Windows GPT fdisk version. All other download assets are below: GPT fdisk macOS: gdisk-1.0.10.pkg Linux: gdisk_1.0.10-1_amd64.deb gdisk_1.0.10-1_i386.deb gdisk-1.0.10-1.x86_64.rpm gdisk-1.0.10-1.i386.rpm Fix Parts Windows: fixparts-windows-1.0.10.zip macOS: fixparts-1.0.10.pkg Linux: fixparts_1.0.10-1_amd64.deb fixparts_1.0.10-1_i386.deb fixparts-1.0.10-1.x86_64.rpm fixparts-1.0.10-1.i386.rpm Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 4,221 May 17, 2024
Roderick W. Smith
USBImager v1.0.10
USBImager v1.0.10 A really simple GUI application that writes compressed disk images to USB drives and creates backups. USBImager is available on these platforms: Windows, MacOS and Linux. Its interface is as simple as it gets, totally bloat-free. Features • Open Source and MIT licensed • Portable executable, no installation needed, just extract the archives • Small. Really small, few kilobytes only, yet has no dependencies • No privacy concerns nor advertisements like with etch*r, fully GDPR compatible • Minimalist, multilingual, native interface on all platforms • Tries to be bullet-proof and avoids overwriting of the system disk • Makes synchronized writes, that is, all data is on disk when the progressbar reaches 100% • Can verify writing by comparing the disk to the image • Can read raw disk images: .img, .bin, .raw, .iso, .dd, etc. • Can read compressed images on-the-fly: .gz, .bz2, .xz, .zst • Can read archives on-the-fly: .zip (PKZIP and ZIP64), .zzz (ZZZip), .tar, .cpio, .pax * • Can create backups in raw and ZStandard compressed format • Can send images to microcontrollers over serial line • Available in 17 languages * - for archives with multiple files, the first file in the archive is used as input Installation 1) download one of the usbimager_*.zip archives from the repo for your desktop (less than 192 Kilobytes each) 2) extract to: C:\Program Files (Windows), /Applications (MacOS) or /usr (Linux) 3) Enjoy! You can use the executable in the archive as-is, the other files only provide integration with your desktop ...
5/5 1,465 Feb 22, 2024
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