I ran into some trouble with the default KDE Partition manager 3 when I tried to set mount points. I tried to update it to the KDE Partition manager 4 from the package manager but after the update it didn't launch at all.
I then rebooted my pc and found that the KDE Partition manager 4 wasn't installed at all. Don't know what happened there. So then I just ended up doing everything I wanted through the terminal but I am still left with no GUI. I installed gparted in the mean time but would rather use the KDE Partition manager as you can edit mount points with it. How do I get it back?
Thank you a hundred times over for taking your time and reading my issue!