KDE Partition Manager 3.0.0 Supports LVM on LUKS and LUKS on LVM Configurations

KDE Partition Manager 3.0 is now the latest stable and most advanced version of the application, which is considered a rival to the widely-used GParted partition editor used by default in most the Live ISO image of various GNU/Linux distributions. GParted is written in GTK+, not Qt, as KDE Partition Manager currently is. Being a major release and all that, KDE Partition Manager 3.0 includes some exciting new features, such as support for LVM on LUKS and LUKS on LVM configurations, which you can view in action on the video attached at the end of the article. The new version also supports resizing of LVM Logical Volumes (LV).