Posts Tagged ‘drive’

If you need to find the UUID of a hard disk in Linux, to add an entry to fstab for example, you can use the blkid command. There are many other methods available, but blkid prints the UUID with the label and disk type, and doesn’t require you to enter the path to the disk. […]

Formatting a usb drive in linux

Posted: 11th July 2012 by Tim in Linux
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So you’ve got a USB drive, and you need to reformat it. You can do this all quite easily on the command line using the fdisk utility. First, get the device location. This will be something like /dev/sdd. You want the location of the device, not a partition on the device ie: /dev/sdd instead of […]