Ok, that was simple enough.|
No when I try it, though, I wonder if it will be possible to reach out to the remaining space on the USB stick from within the Live OS.
I would like to run the Live OS, save some files from it onto the USB stick, then shutdown the OS, insert the USB stick into a Windows machine, and look at those file that I saved. Tricky?
Subject: Re: The additional FAT32 partition on my USB stick is unusable
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 10:36:49 +0000
> Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 11:45:26 +0800
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: The additional FAT32 partition on my USB stick is unusable
> Hello, friend!
> This is my method:
> In Debian, I use Gparted to resize the partition /dev/sdx of
> "DEBIAN_LIVE" to full of size.
> ~$ sudo gparted /dev/sdx
> And then use Syslinux to repaire "ldlinux.sys".
> ~$ syslinux /dev/sdx1
> It's done.
> Fredrik Israelsson 提到:
> > Hi!
> > In the Debian Live manual (as of March 31, 2009), in section 3.3.3,
> > "Using the space left on a USB stick", it says that filling the space
> > left on the USB stick with a FAT32 partition (and corresponding file
> > system) makes it possible to use this space with Windows.
> > I have done this, but Windows XP only shows me the first partition (the
> > Debian Live one) when mounting the USB stick.
> > I have read that this has to do with the "removable bit". The removable
> > bit needs to be flipped in order to make Windows XP and Vista recognize
> > all the partitions on the USB stick.
> > Is there any tool in Linux that can be used for flipping the removable
> > bit on a USB stick? I have googled a lot on this, but all I can find is
> > a Windows tool from Lexar, that is said to be tested only for Lexar sticks.
> > Regards,
> > Fredrik
> > Dela foton på ett smidigt sätt med Windows LiveT Photos. Dra och släpp
> > <http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowslive/photos.aspx>
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