I've seem many people post (myself included) problems with trying to create a bootable
CF card from their PCs. I have a sandisk SDDR-31 usb adapter (seems to have the most
I was wondering if there is a linux only solution for creating this bootable CF. I
installed RedHat 7.2 last night on my laptop. It seems to be able to see my SDDR-31.
I can use fdisk to create a bootable fat-16 partition (/dev/sda1). Question is... how do
I format it? If I stick the flash card in the SDDR-31 while booted into Win2K, the disk
is unformatted. If I format it, and then bring the disk back to linux, it has 3 defined
partitions with what appears screwy data.
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