Al­ter­na­tives to cfdisk

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There are many dif­fer­ent disk par­ti­tion­ing tools. You might want to give cfdisk’s pre­de­ces­sor, fdisk, a try: you’ll have to type com­mands, such as d for delete, rather than se­lect­ing but­tons on an in­ter­face. A more pow­er­ful, but slightly more dif­fi­cult tool is parted; if you want to use this, you might con­sider in­stalling GParted, which gives you a full­blown graph­i­cal in­ter­face.

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