How do you format a disk using slint?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Nov 12 02:08:25 UTC 2021
If you want to use a gui tool for formatting disks in slint, you'll have
to install it, first.
as the root user. You could also do something like
mkfs.fat -f 16 /eev/foo
where /dev/soo is your usb disk. Before doing any of this, be sure you
know how your disks are identified. From the terminal (gui or
On 11/11/21 8:37 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Is this task undoable in the GUI environment and I have to look for
> the use of terminal for formatting disks?
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