I'm using the below sfdisk script for eMMC partition on the target Linux platform and is working fine.
# wait for the SD/MMC device node ready
while [ ! -e $1 ]
echo “wait for $...
partx fails to read the partition table of /dev/sdb on this system. Why does it return this 'failed to read partition table' shown below, instead of null/empty ? Will this 'failed' result always mean ...
I need to create 20 partitions of the same size (cue to the first comment only the first 3 can be primary and the 4th needs to be extended an the other remaining 17 in it)
for i in $(seq 1 ...
# sfdisk /dev/mmcblk0p1
Welcome to sfdisk (util-linux 2.29.2).
Changes will remain in memory only, until you decide to write them.
Be careful before using the write command.
Checking that no-one is ...
I use msdos partition table, so there is no PARTUUID supported (it's only on GPT partition tables)
root@xenial:~# fdisk -l
Disk /dev/sda: 200 GiB, 214748364800 bytes, 419430400 sectors
Units: sectors ...
Say I have a LUKS encrypted USB (full disk). I am looking for a way to hide the fact that it is a LUKS device.
Which strategy would you use to hide the fact that my USB is a LUKS device?
My approach ...
I'm thinking that the smart thing to do with my raid setup is to replace the drives before they start failing and as they start to get old... I can't really afford a lot of cloud backup space, and I ...
I'm creating an image in memory (/tmp is a tmpfs):
$ dd if=/dev/zero of=/tmp/sdcard.img bs=512 count=3147775
It's supposed to hold a partition table and the first 3 partitions of a device
$ losetup ...
I am writing firmware(MLO,u-boot.img, uImage(ver 3.12), dtb, rootfs.tar.gz) programming script for am335x based custom board.
Rootfile system is to be put onto the eMMC. Firmware programming script ...
I'm using Cent OS 6.5.
I have two Hard Drive which are exact copies of each others (/dev/sda and /dev/sdb).
/dev/sda failed and had to be replaced.
I am trying to copies everything from /dev/sdb to ...
With this line:
(echo o; echo n; echo p; echo 1; echo ; echo +24G; echo a; echo t; echo 7; echo w) | fdisk /dev/sda
I can create a new active primary partition for NTFS, 24 Giga large. The syntax is ...