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SubjectRe: Linux & FAT32 label
On Sun, Nov 05, 2017 at 10:12:49PM +0100, Pali Rohár wrote:
> Easy way how to achieve this situation:
>
> 1. use mkdosfs to format hard disk to FAT32 with label LABEL42
>
> 2. boot Windows 10 (or XP) and set label of that FAT32 partition to
> empty (via Explorer GUI)
>
> 3. profit
>
> You would have stored LABEL42 in boot sector and no label in root
> directory. Windows handle this situation as there is no label.

But why should we *care*?

Puzzled,

- Ted

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