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Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 05-16-2013
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Posted By fpmurphy
Linux does not natively support NFTS. You can...
Linux does not natively support NFTS. You can format a FAT32 filesystem in Fedora using something like the following

mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/sdb3

or

mkfs.msdos -F 32 /dev/sdb3
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 05-16-2013
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Posted By Scott
ext3 and ext4 are filesystem types, not partition...
ext3 and ext4 are filesystem types, not partition types as shown by fdisk. FAT partition types shown by fdisk exist for mostly historical reasons and have nothing to do with Linux. You likely want to...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 05-16-2013
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Posted By RudiC
I guess you use an USB adapter for your card, and...
I guess you use an USB adapter for your card, and it is recognized as a "removable device".
On removable devices, Windows recognizes/accepts only the partition in the first partition table slot....
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Posted By RudiC
Assume you have a loop, and you have a condition...
Assume you have a loop, and you have a condition to stop executing that loop before it reaches its boundaries - break out in the middle of the loop. Use continue to skip the execution of the...
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Posted By kshji
Awk is awk, it has own syntax. Something same as...
Awk is awk, it has own syntax. Something same as in C, but lot of own, whole rule for block idea is something different.

Shell is shell and it has own syntax.

Awk is not part of shell. It's own...
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Posted By Don Cragun
There is no reason why awk can't be used...
There is no reason why awk can't be used interactively. If you don't specify any input file for your awk program, it will read from standard input. If you need your awk program to read...
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Posted By Corona688
Thread reopened.
Thread reopened.
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