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SubjectRe: usb-storage: how to ruin your hardware(?)
On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 04:59:14AM +0200, H.Rosmanith (Kernel Mailing List) wrote:

> the contradiction to this is that the flashdisk can be used
> in a "partition-less" state where it is possible to use the
> whole device at one: "mke2fs /dev/sdb". you have to use the
> vendor formating-tool to make the flashdisk look like an USB_FDD
> device. but even in USB_HDD mode with partitions, the partitions
> still look strange, not ending on cylinder boundaries and so on.

I have seen several posts from you, but all in this vague, almost
information-free style.

It would be of interest if you described your actions and the results
in detail. Or if you gave explicitly the partition table that you
consider strange.

[If you only think about cylinder boundaries: cylinders do not exist,
and cylinder boundaries do not exist either. So that in itself does
not mean a thing.]

Andries

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