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Re: [TEKNIK] Format 2G sd kort



Jesper Thorup Nielsen wrote:
Jeg har et 2G sd kort som jeg skriver og sletter filer på. Men Linux
(Debian stable) smadre ofte kortes filsystem og jeg må ty til Windows
for at formater kortet med fat16.
Men nu er spørgsmålet om det nu er fat16 der er bedst at bruge, eller om
fat32  er bedre.
Desuden ville det være lettere hvis jeg kunne gøre det fra Debian, men
hvordan?

Jeg er ret sikker på at det skal være fat da det bruges i en mp3 afspiller.

MVH

Jesper Thorup Nielsen


mon ikke mkfs.vfat kan klare din opgave

og fra man mkfs.vfat

-F FAT-size
Specifies the type of file allocation tables used (12, 16 or 32 bit). If nothing is specified, mkdosfs will automatically select between
12 and 16 bit, whatever fits better for the filesystem size. 32 bit FAT (FAT32 format) must (still) be selected explicitly if you want it.


så hvis du vil bruge fat32 så må det blive noget i denne retning:

mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/sdx1

/Frank

 
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