I'm trying to create a dd image which contains two partition. The first is a ext3,(19MB) the 2nd is fat32.(16MB) I use one 512M usb stick to create image. And use dd if=/dev/sdc of=image.dd bs=1M ...
In a failed attempt to install Linux Mint on an external hard drive, I damaged the disk. Now, it does not show up in the 'My Computer' folder or in Disk Management. I speculate it might have to do ...
How can I format an SD card with a more robust Linux-usable filesystem with a specific cluster size for better write performace?
Goal: microSD card formatted... for best write performance for use only with embedded Linux for better reliability (random power failures may occur) using an 64kB cluster size I'm using an 8GB ...
Do I have to de-fragment my ext3 and FAT32 filesystems on Linux? And if yes how?
I'm trying to write a shell script in which I recursively copy a directory to a USB stick. I need the return value of the copy operation for error-checking purposes. I've tried cp -a /var/mydir ...