Originally Posted by eBopBob
Can anyone here recommend a Linux native partition utility which can handle complicated projects – and can resize NTFS partitions - with great ease? It doesn’t necessarily need to be “easy” to use, but it must be able to do the actual task with little fault.
There are several easy to use (mostly graphical) freely available partitioners for Linux. These are QTParted, GParted, Mandriva's Diskdrake, SUSE's Yast and IBM's EVMS. They can handle NTFS (all of them use the already mentioned, excellent ntfsresize). Usually they can also manage non-destructively FAT, ext2, ext3, reiserfs, xfs, jfs and swap partitions.