Added On: 17/09/19 | Category: Linux | Number of Views: 371
If you ever need to format your hard disk, USB flash drive, and SD cards in your Linux distribution, you can install a package called GParted.
GParted can do more than just format your drive, you can create, resize, delete partitions, label, set new UUIDs and also copy and paste. Gparted also works with the following file systems.
ext2 / ext3 / ext4
fat16 / fat32
hfs / hfs+
reiserfs / reiser4
If you don't have Gparted installed on your Linux distribution, open your terminal and enter the following command, or install using the software centre or package manager in your distribution. If your not using an Ubuntu based distribution installation will be different.