If your looking for a partitioning tool look no further than Parted Magic. You can download a copy of the LiveCD from here.
Is that the same as GParted?
Because I tried that on the Fedora 8 Live CD and it said it was 'too dangerous' to try any partitioning on my NTFS drives.
But I'll keep it in mind for next time, thanks. Smile
The Parted Magic LiveCD has been created primarily for partitioning and filesystem manipulation and contains the most up-to-date filesystem tools (GParted dependencies etc).
The next version will contain a rewrite of GParted called VisParted (because the GParted author has gone AWOL) which includes all of the updates to the GParted dependencies i.e. there are less red crosses in the features list.
On the subject of NTFS, like many other distros Parted Magic contains the latest version of ntfs-3g which after a lengthy development period is now classed as stable.
This means that you can resize your NTFS partitions with no more risk than using something like Symantec's Partition Magic.
The only reason I recommend it is because I use it a lot and I haven't borked anyones system yet.
End of testimonial.