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SubjectRe: Linux & FAT32 label
On Sunday 05 November 2017 16:51:49 Andy Shevchenko wrote:
> In comparison lsblk might output partition label and FS label.
>
> Looking to blkid help
>
> -L, --label label
> Look up the device that uses this filesystem label;
> this is equal to --list-one --output device
> --match-token LABEL=label.
>
> So, it can be PARTLABEL as well?
>
> What the difference of LABEL vs. PARTLABEL for FAT?

LABEL - label of the filesystem
PARTLABEL - label of the partition, supported e.g. by GPT scheme (not by MBR)

So nothing which filesystems in libblkid can set or use.

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Pali Rohár
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