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Old 12-10-2004, 04:41 AM   #1
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Question USB Pen Drive Partitioning


Hello I am trying to build a bootable usb pen drive (512 MB) with Fadora Core 2 I have modified the initrc file and added the extra files to the boot image. my question is in order to set this up i have to partition my pen drive the same as you would have to partition a hard drive. I found Ranish to do that. But i am not for sure how to set up the mbr and first primary partition to allow it to boot correctly.

This is a sample from there web page
ev1.ranish.com/~mranish/part/part.gif

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