I have a 16GB flash drive, which I converted to a bootable Kali (with persistence) drive awhile back.
As far as I know it's just a Kali live ISO as a ~2GB partition with the rest automatically mounting as storage for the live boot.
I'm trying to wipe it out back to the full storage size, but for some reason I can't ever see it as 16 with two partitions.
This was to be expected with Windows, as it only shows the 14.91 partition, yet even on Debian I'm only seeing that 14.92 msdos partition table (which is now unallocated) on both GParted and fdisk.
What's bizzare is when I view /dev/sdb with parted I see a 16GB device with no partitions, but I know the bootable partition is still here, because I can still boot from it.
Suffice to say I'm completely at a loss as to how I should go about getting this thing completely wiped so I can use all 16GB again.
To clarify, even if this is just a unit reporting discrepancy, that doesn't explain how I'm completely unable to see the partition I'm still very much booting from. How could it just be a unit issue if I'm still booting after I wipe the 14.91GB?